Tea Tasting Experience
This assam black tea is stright up your everyday regimen of tea rituals. It is a bold and strong cup with a robust grape like aroma with nutty undertone, leaving a malty after taste. The aroma is equally strong, malty with a sweet undertone bearing hints of grape fruit.
The liquor is bold and medium bodied. As it slowly rolls in the mouth it oozes a robust note of grape with light nutty undertone. As it ends, it gives a light sweet, bold, earthy taste that finished with a malty after taste that stays.
The aroma is strong, malty with a sweet undertone bearing hints of grape fruit.
The leaves are small, well rolled, blackish leaves that are evenly graded. It gives out a light malty and nutty aroma with earthy undertone
The leaves bear strong and bold aroma of grape and earthy note along with light sweet undertone. The leaves are broken and small with dark brown and coppery appearance.
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- To enjoy the best experience, Rinse the teapot with warm water to maintain the best temperature for the brew.
- It is recommended to first clean the tea leaves of dust and particles by steeping it in slightly warm water for no more than 10 to 15 seconds, thereafter discarding the rinse water.
Assam is in close one of the most biodiversity rich region with close to 507 million kg production of tea, making it the world’s largest tea growing region. Assam is known for producing both orthodox and CTC varieties of tea. The teas produced here are simply called Assam Tea. However, only the teas grown in the estates from Brahmaputra Valley are qualified to called Assam teas.