Traditional Rich Assam Black Tea from India. 100% Certified Organic. Contains Caffeine. Rich Malty and Full of Flavour. Tasting Notes. Assam is a full bodied Black Tea that brew up a burgundy-red cup with rich aromas and an uncomplicated malty flavour. Enjoy it hot any time of the day with a little milk and sugar to bring out the tea's delicate sweetness. It is also delicious served with lemon or as iced tea for hot summer days. . More... This tea is named after the region of its production: Assam India. This part of India experiences high precipitation with hot daytime temperatures that create greenhouse-like conditions of extreme humidity and heat. This tropical climate contributes to Assam teas reknown and unique malty taste. Presently the Assam region produces more than half of all the tea grown in India. . Historically Assam is the second largest commercial tea production region after China. Assam & China are the only regions in the world with native tea plants; Assam tea comes from a varietal of the familiar Camellia sinensis (tea bush). . This Assam Black Tea is further distinguished by the way it is processed: fresh-picked tea leaves are gently rolled to beak them and left to oxidize or "ferment." Once oxidized they are roasted to seal in the flavours. This traditional tea is oxidized for a longer period and roasted more heavily than other more milk varieties of tea creating its unique malty characteristic.
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Customer reviews for Celebration Herbals Organic Rich Indiant Assam Black Tea -- 24 Herbal Tea Bags
Review 1 for Celebration Herbals Organic Rich Indiant Assam Black Tea -- 24 Herbal Tea Bags
fromLos Angelels, CA
Robust flavor tea.
January 17, 2014
"Nice flavor tea. I add a bit of honey to enhance flavor at times. Price is reasonable for organic as compared to some other brands."
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Review 2 for Celebration Herbals Organic Rich Indiant Assam Black Tea -- 24 Herbal Tea Bags
not much flavor
January 5, 2014
"was looking forward to trying this tea. Ends up there's not much flavor even when I used 2 tea bags. Prefer the bigger flavors with Equal Exchange and Hampstead brand black teas."