Black tea, Ceylon
In the hills of Uva province, in the south of the island of Ceylon, the Blackwood plantation benefits from a terroir conducive to the development of exceptional teas. The planter skilfully crafts the most precious leaves of his garden.
The large, handsome, deep-black leaves exhale notes of prune confiture. The amber liquor evokes a fruity bouquet of açaí while the malty roundness and the lingering persistence recall rosewood.