The Monsoon Mountains Tea Company
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There is a mystique to this lovely tea, something very difficult to pinpoint but that we get a distinct light cherry and apricot liqueur aroma without the alcohol, of course. This, together with hints of chocolate and almonds, roses and green grassy meadows shrouded in morning mist sums up the qualities of teas of serendipitous character. Queen of Ceylon is a beautifully balanced blend of qualities found in many of the tea growing regions and it's as though the best of them were bound into one here, to create an emblem, a hallmark, of the entire country. This is one of the most exquisite blends of Ceylon Tea I have ever tasted.
Roll out the red carpet, because this is a Grand Monarch of a tea. William Walton's Coronation March for King George the VI comes to mind. It certainly has Class. This is a robust tea, and a beautiful blend of Namring Estate Darjeeling and China Black Keemun. It's earthy, pungent yet sweet and very upper crust. Not that we feel patriotic about this one, but we feel that it just happens to have a very regal presence, goes well with a game of chess and, it's a tea fit for the company of Kings.