Cigars! He had not even succeeded in out-living his palate-- the famous palate that in the fifties men swore by, and speaking of him, said: "Forsyte's the best palate in London!" The palate that in a sense had made his fortune-- the fortune of the celebrated tea men, Forsyte and Treffry, whose tea, like no other man's tea, had a romantic aroma, the charm of a quite singular genuineness. About the house of Forsyte and Treffry in the City had clung an air of enterprise and mystery, of special dealings in special ships, at special ports, with special Orientals.Brewing in the kitchen now: Darjeeling. In the possession of the teenaged kitten: packing peanuts!
And it's all theblackmare's doing!