Darjeeling BOP

Catalogue code: 2002597
£6.88

Description

This justly famous black tea from the bracing foothills of the Himalayas has a vivid, coppery infusion. The broken leaf grade gives a stronger brew, which suits those who prefer to take their Darjeeling with milk.
Tasting Notes

Tasting Notes

GoldenFragrant
Picked from the foothills of the Himalayas, our Darjeeling BrokenOrange Pekoe has a vivid, coppery infusion. Equally drinkable with or without milk, the fragrant tea pairs well with fresh apples, apricots or grapes, and is also a delicious companion to a curry.
Refreshing
Breakfast
Darjeeling
How to Brew

How to Brew

For every cup you wish to make, add a rounded teaspoon of leaves to your pot. Add freshly-boiled water, brew for 3-5 minutes, place your strainer over your cup and pour. For tea bags, simply brew in your cup for 3-5 minutes, remove and enjoy.

Description

This justly famous black tea from the bracing foothills of the Himalayas has a vivid, coppery infusion. The broken leaf grade gives a stronger brew, which suits those who prefer to take their Darjeeling with milk.

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