Darjeeling Autumnal SeeyokLot DJ-242
The Seeyok Tea Garden in North India produces black tea in a perfectly classic Darjeeling way: coppery and woody liquor with just enough astringency to accompany any breakfast.
The leaves form a beautiful amalgam of brown and mocha colours. Notes of hazelnuts and butterscotch accents nicely soften its full-body and warm character, and will certainly help you through the rigors of winter.
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