High-quality black tea from the Indian province of Assam. The estate produces very high-quality tea. This very high-quality tea has a flowery soft aroma and a strong dark colour.
The first tea plantations in Assam were established in 1835, and the tea varieties produced by the estates in the region have continued to be popular around the world. The tea-growing region of Assam is located in the highlands of North-Eastern India, in a tropical climate. Assam is the largest continuous tea production region in the world, and about half of India's tea production originates from there.
The region is known for its high-quality varieties of black tea including strong and variable tea varieties with a rich aroma as well as high-quality estate-specific tea varieties. This tea is a fine example!