Makaibari Organic Darjeeling Black Tea

I have always liked tea. We used to have tea parties when I was a little girl and my mom would buy all sorts of different kinds. Now, I have a cup (at least 1) almost every day either with meals or just as a relaxing drink. I was very excited to find such a unique tea, straight from India, to try.

Golden Tips has been around since 1933 and it is obvious with this wonderful tea. The bag has the date the tea was picked along with the origin: which is Darjeeling, India; the tea type: loose leaf, Estate: Makaibari; Flush: Third/Autumn; the grade and the date it is best before. Teas picked in the Autumn Flush, which is during the months of October through early December, have a more full bodied taste and more floral aroma.

This tea is delicious and easy to make. I tend to make mine a little stronger, so I let it steep for 5-7 minutes. You only use about 1 tsp (I tend to go for 1 and 1/2 teaspoons) so with a bag at this size (3.53 oz) it should last me about a month. The fact that it is organic makes it a huge seller on my end as well. Organic means no chemicals are used and it is Non-GMO. Perfect in my opinion.

If you are a tea drinker, I think this tea will be an enjoyable cup for you. Get your own delicious tea here:

*I received this product at little to no cost for testing and review purposes. All opinions are 100% my own.


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