Tea Tasting Experience
This tea is a classic Assam, featuring tippy leaves with golden tips. It is medium bodied with a malty flavour that is accompanied with an aroma that is pronounced with notes of rose and nuts. The ends with a distinctly assam aftertaste.
The liquore is medium bodied, slightly brisk and rolls in your mouth giving aroma resembling roses and fresh nuts. The flavour is malty that slowly disappears, leaving a distinct assam after taste.
The aroma had distincts features of red rose and fresh nuts.
Bright Copper Brown
The leaves are well graded with black and tippy leaves and a lot of golden tips. It bears resemblance of aroma of fresh cut grass accompanied with rosy hints.
The leaves are evenly graded with coppery brown appearance that are features of a good assam black tea. There is a hint of rose and nuts.
Creamy Desserts, fresh fruits
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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.
RAINFALL 2.500-3,000 mm
ELEVATION 45-60 meters
Halmari Tea Estate
Halmari is situated in the lush plains of upper Assam. It is one of the oldest tea estates of the region and is ranked among the best nine in the world. A sprawling 534 hectares of land, rich inh loamy soil. Since 1913, the Daga family has taken over the estate. It specializes in orthodox tea and their CTC is amongst the most sought after in the world.