Harmutty Special Summer Black Tea
From one of Assam's oldest gardens, a tippy tea with a fantastic malty character.
This tea comes from Harmutty, a garden planted in 1870 by Major Gibb. It’s reputed for its orthodox second flush and this season’s offering does much to keep up its reputation. With large leaves, plenty of golden tips, this summer black tea is wonderfully malty.
Hints of wood and burnt sugar
Tightly rolled, even black leaves, some with golden tips
Soft sweet, fruity, wet wood and hints of spices
Semi open light coppery leaves