What is Inbetweener? We hear you ask. Well, it's the pickings of the tea bush between the first and second flush. This Darjeeling tea can't wait to get growing and it's evident in the taste. Fruity, muscatel notes are here just as with our other Darjeeling, but the body and depth of flavour are smoother, more intense and mellow. One of our more popular black teas, have it on its own or with milk. And the Pangolin? It's found around the tea estates in Darjeeling and likes to make its burrows in the plantations.