From the vast plains of Assam in India, the Banaspaty garden offers us this black tea with uniform and slightly broken leaves.
This orthodox black tea from the plains of Assam in India is composed of fine whole leaf and a generous amount of golden tips.
Notes of malt and dried fruit are complemented by floral and woody high notes.
Its rich and creamy liquor has a slightly camphorated long persistence creating a sense of freshness!
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