Beautiful harvest made of small regular leaves strewn with golden tips.
Its coppery and brilliant brew releases a round and tasty liquor with malty and spicy taste typical of good Assam teas. Fine tea, fully rich.
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Black tea* 100%. *From organic farming.
Black tea: Fairtrade certified and sourced from Fairtrade producers. Total 100%.
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India / Assam
Assam, the world’s largest tea-producing region, is located along the banks of the Brahmaputra River. Assam shares borders with Bangladesh and Bhutan and is close to Tibet and Burma. In this region, approximately 2000 tea gardens produce teas from large, broad leaves that are particularly strong in flavour and smooth, spicy in taste. Banaspaty tea garden was founded in 1905 and 130 people are employed to cultivate the 65 hectares of land. Banaspaty literally means ‘flora, fauna and trees’, all of which are cherished by the indigenous tribes that inhabit the area. The weekly market is a fascinating place to visit where tribal members sell their craft products. The small production of Banaspaty tea is eagerly awaited by loyal customers. Banaspaty produces impressive teas that are typical for Assam. Ideal for breakfast or after meals to replace coffee. We have selected summer and autumn harvests with strong, malty flavour and a naturally sweet taste.