This Assam is produced from a distinct tea varietal growing in Assam called Camellia Assamica, a relatively larger-leaf tea plant. Assam black teas often undergo special processing to bring out their full-bodied, rich undertones. After the newly sprouted leaves have been plucked, they are withered over warm air for a few hours to reduce moisture. Once a suitable suppleness is achieved in the leaves, a delicate rolling of the leaves is performed. The leaves begin to oxidize (change color from green to dark), and the flavor develops. Finally, the leaves are oven-baked, resulting in a rich malty brew with a very subtle caramel sweetness.
Organic Black Tea Leaves
Each tea is unique and can be brewed differently according to personal preference. We provide brewing instructions as a starting point, but we encourage you to experiment with each tea and find the quantity, steep time, and number of infusions that works for you.
Temperature: 200° Quantity: 1 tsp Time: 3 - 5 minutes
Approximately 15 servings per 1 ounce pouch. (And each serving can be re-steeped 2 - 3 times.)