Assam, a state located in Northeast India, is the largest tea growing area in the world. It is a predominantly a black tea producing region and only one of two places in the world to claim its own native tea plant. Unlike Darjeeling, most of the teas are grown at low altitude and are characterized by their malty flavour.
Assam Bargang tea comes from an estate located on the north banks of the Brahmaputra river in the Sonipur district in Northern India. The leaves are broken, which helps to give it a strong and creamy infusion, which is perfect for those looking for a more powerful Assam brew.
This second flush tea reflects the nicer things in life as it contains wonderful long leaves with many golden tips which impart a certain quality and smoothness to its brew. This tea is grown at a high altitude in the Dibrugarh district in Assam, Northern India and produces a robust and malty flavour.
A touch of the South East – this is an Indian black tea that has been infused with a range of traditional spices to produce a deliciously spicy and warming brew.