‘Assam Second Flush Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe’ may be rather a mouthful. But one sip of this superbly rich and malty brew and you might just remember the name. Continue Reading
When the Assam and Darjeeling tea cultivation experiments succeeded it encouraged similar endeavours in other parts of India that had similar natural conditions. These efforts resulted in a thriving tea industry in many parts of South India and North east India. Continue Reading
On a hot summers day or evening, nothing feels better than a chilled glass of green tea. Give this Citrusy Green Iced Tea a hot and feel refreshed. We suggest using the Abali Green Organic Tea. Why you ask? Its an organic loose leaf tea from Assam and is available for half the price. Continue Reading
We drink tea everyday but do we take the time to taste the tea and discover each of the aromas and the flavours? Unraveling the incredible variety of tastes, textures and aromas of your favourite tea is a fun way to enjoy the adventure of drinking tea. Continue Reading
Organic green tea made a pricey debut at the Gauhati Tea Auction Centre (GTAC) today, plucking a record Rs 2,501 per kg and leaving all and sundry spellbound.
Organic green tea is non-fermented tea with pale greenish liquor and a raw, pungent flavour and has a lot of health benefits. Continue Reading
Today’s tea on this most fanciest of Tuesdays (ha! take that holiday, I know what day it is!) is The Tea Shelf’s Halmari Clonal Assam Black. This beautiful fuzzy gold tea is from the Halmari Tea Estate in Assam, an old and fairly iconic tea estate, this tea is all about the tippy goodness, which is where all those glorious golden pieces come from.
Assam can emerge as the only place in the world after Kenya to become a producer of health-rich purple tea, a senior scientist and tea expert in the Tocklai Tea Research Institute has said. Currently, Kenya is the only country that produces unique purple tea which fetches three to four times the price of black tea and has established itself in both the domestic and the export market. Continue Reading