Darjeeling Hoopoe Choice

$16.00 CAD for 125g

(1 customer review)

$16.00$58.20

Tea Trader’s house Darjeeling selection. Subtle floral notes underlie a smooth, fruity, aromatic cup with good colour and sweetness.

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1 review for Darjeeling Hoopoe Choice

  1. Gene R Rankin

    This blend was suggested to me by the shop when I complained about the harshness of stuff like PG Tips (which is what I usually am given when in the UK). I bought some … and liked it. Makes an interesting change from the usual Keemun Hao Ya A I usually drink.

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