No other tea celebrates the harvest season more than a Darjeeling harvested in the fall. After having enjoyed a visit to Dobrá Tea in Pittsburgh, PA I took home a blend made of various Darjeeling teas all harvested in my favorite season, autumn.
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The color of Darjeeling teas isn’t always amber or dark brown. About 2 years ago, I purchased a Darjeeling Risheehat from The Cultured Cup and it brewed very similarly to a white tea! Can you imagine? A black tea that steeps like a white?
Himalaya Mist Darjeeling Tea offers every single scent you would want to inhale during fall. The tea has a naturally sweet scent of yams, cinnamon, fallen leaves, and pumpkin pie. The scent of HimalayanMist escapes the tea infuser and fills the air with warm autumn aromas.
I enjoyed sipping this tea for the experience of being able to take a whiff of it each time I brought it to my lips. Just like my favorite season, Himalaya Mist Tea is grounding, reassuring, and inspiring in scent.