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5 Stars for Arya Ruby

by Niraj Lama February 19, 2014 0 Comments

Arya Ruby Second Flush

"YES!  This Organic Arya Ruby Darjeeling Black Tea Second Flush from Happy Earth Tea is the type of Darjeeling that I think of when I think “Darjeeling Tea.”  This is it!  When I say “I think I’d like a Darjeeling Tea today … this is the kind of Darjeeling that moves me to want that type of tea!  This is the Darjeeling I LOVE!" - SororiTea Sisters. 

Arya Ruby, especially the second flush, is a great example of a wonderful Darjeeling. When they make it right. Last year the Ruby that Arya Tea Estate made was exceptional, and we are glad that Sororitea Sisters, a tea review site, picked up on it. The tea has a wonderful aroma and body...but won't you rather hear what the sisters have to say about it.

Click here to read the review.




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