Himalayan Special Spring Chinary Black Tea
Being a chinary bush tea, it is characteristically brisk and lush with fresh green notes of the spring season. It's not an easy tea for beginners since the flavors grow on you. But it's worth the commitment.
Mellow notes of bark, nuts, hints of undergrowth, and garden flower
Mix of well rolled, blackish-brown leaves, bright green leaf flakes, powder green buds and some with stalks
Wet wood, stalk, and cooked greens
Choppy olive green leaves