- Serving Size: 2.6g /cup
- Steeping Temp: 100°C
- Steeping Time: 2 to 5 mins.
- Certification: Organic
- Origin: India
- Caffeine: High
From the Assam Valley of North-East India comes this medium-bodied Asamese tea, organically grown among tribal communities. This fine grade of tea consists of young tea buds blended with the uppermost leaves of the tea plant and its flowers, supplementing its rich aroma. This dark copper-colored tea goes well with milk and sugar and is a good morning tea.
Story, Folklore, History...
The Story of Assamese Tea:Tea plants native to India were actually first publicly discovered in Assam in 1834, during the British occupation of India. Interestingly, since the British were more familiar with the well-established Chinese tea plant, they attempted to import it and plant it in Assam, assuming that the native tea plant would not be as robust. After numerous failed attempts, they finally accepted that the Asamese tea plant was much better suited to the local climate.
2 min without milk, 5+ min with milk
Tasting NotesCertification: Organic
Grade or Quality: TGFOP
Aroma: Slightly earthy, clean aroma
Infusion Aroma: strong malty aroma
Infusion Color: Amber
Base flavor: Malty
Infusion Strength: Medium Strong
Have you tried Assam TGFOP? Tell us what you think!
I am grateful for the first sip of this beautiful tea every morning. Highly recommended!
Submitted by Neckert
Breakfast? How’s about second breakfast or elevenses. Whatever you call it, this is a must for morning tea drinkers.
Submitted by pbiogal
This tea has a great substantial body with a soft, almost creamy aroma and a very slight briskness.
Submitted by Bonabooch
My go-to morning brew with breakfast and this is good quality Assam; large leaves, smooth flavour.
Submitted by lancashirelass
A lovely tea… probably my new favourite!
Submitted by lvchai
One of the best Assam I’ve had in a long time!
Submitted by Tea man
My favourite morning tea.
Submitted by JanniesTeaCo
Really fragrant, beautiful black tea.
Submitted by Ziasgran
Submitted by Neil Moore