http://www.pacwestserv.com/tea03_celest ... onings.htm
• Golden Honey Darjeeling: Cultivated at the foothills of the Himalayas, Darjeeling teas are prized around the world for their superb flavor and exquisite aroma. Our Golden Honey Darjeeling is a lively black tea blend with lightly fragrant overtones. We add a hint of real honey to heighten the natural bouquet. Sip a cup of Golden Honey Darjeeling tea and enjoy a golden moment, brought to you from the rooftop of the world. 20 bags. ORDER TODAY!
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If you are in the USA, and you call their Calif. toll-number, it's possible they could ship it Express Overnight delivery in time for Saturday delivery via FedEx?...assuming they still have it in stock...< u owe me http://www.pacwestserv.com/contact.htm
Try getting the fiance to broaden her tea horizon's, there are other teas with similar honey (from roasting) flavors as well as orange/mandarin peel flavors, all natural flavors, nothing added!
I have tasted this 'mandarin' peel flavored dang cong from Tea Habitat in 2009 @link below, can attest it's not hard to taste (some of the regulars here have super palates and can detect mere molecules of flavor in teas :p )...kind of expensive, but this is your true love, no? http://www.teahabitat.com/store/2006 Ju Hua Xiang -- Mandarin Orange Flower Fragrancehttp://www.teahabitat.com/store/index.p ... cts_id=295
^have to disagree with Imen on this description in the link above, however. As a certifiable fruit fanatic, who has tasted orange blossom ice cream (made with real orange flower petals) in the local Persian ic store, which *does* taste and smell of very floral 'citrusy' flavor; the tea Imen sells @her TH online store most definitely gives a more orange/mandarin *peel*, essence of citrus peel oils, type of aroma/taste < big difference to my palate.