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Sun-kissed Assam

₹199.00 50gm

Could there be a better way to start the day? Sip on a rich, malty cup of Assam Leaf, fresh from India’s sun-kissed tea estates, as you scan the headlines of your newspaper. It’s sure to wake you up and prime you for a great day ahead.

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Could there be a better way to start the day? Sip on a rich, malty cup of Assam Leaf, fresh from India’s sun-kissed tea estates, as you scan the headlines of your newspaper. It’s sure to wake you up and prime you for a great day ahead.

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Sun-kissed Assam

  • Product Code: WEIGHT: 50gm
  • Availability: In Stock
  • ₹199.00

  • Ex Tax: ₹199.00

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Tags: Assam tea, Black tea, Orthodox tea

Indulge in a tea experience

For one cup of Sun-kissed Assam tea, slip 1 of our assam tea bags into a teapot. Pour 200 ml of water freshly boiled at 100°C. Cover the teabag and let the infusion steep for 3 minutes. Pour yourself a hot, flavourful cup and enjoy it with milk and sugar or honey.
Country of Origin: India
Caffeine Level: High
Here’s to Your Health
  • May protect against cancer and heart disease
  • Improved alertness and mental focus
Tasting Notes
  • ‘Rich, Malty’
  • The Infusion
  • Aroma: Fresh
  • Appearance: Amber
  • Taste: Robust, Tangy, with a malty aftertaste
From the wind-swept hilly estates of Assam, the world’s largest tea-growing region, comes this perfect breakfast tea. Botanically known as Camelia sinensis var. Assamica, this tea is native to India; China and Assam are the only regions in the world with their own native tea variety. Assam tea was first noticed by a European traveler in the 17th century, who recorded the use of the leaves in the diet of local Assamese. Today the whole world loves the rich, malty amber brew of the Assam leaf.
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