Darjeeling Autumn GopaldharaLot DJ-514
Perched high in the Mirik Valley of the Darjeeling region, Gopaldhara tea garden grows a AV2 cultivar to produce this high grade of black tea, affectionately named "Red Thunder" by its producer.
The long leaves and buds give a smooth, full bodied liquor, and boasts an exceptional aromatic finesse ranging from notes of bark, flowers and fruit to hints of spices and nuts.
The finish has a pleasant sweetness (malt) characteristic of Autumn Flushes.
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British tea-taster Kevin first bought tea in Asia in 1989 and has since spent every spring there for over 25 years. Aside from his obsessive quest for Darjeeling’s finest leaf, his interest in the
British tea-taster Kevin first bought tea in Asia in 1989 and has since spent every spring there for