Black Tea BPS

Product Code: FBASTB002A
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 Broken pekoe souchong is a variety of the broken leaf grades. These are the large round pieces of tea leaves crushed, torn and curled from the tea gardens of Assam. 

Shipping Details : The product is directly shipped from the seller to ensure that it reaches you fast, fresh and from its origin

                           : The product will be air shipped and will be delivered to you within 3-4 business days at most of place in India

Packaging Details : Price is inclusive of handling and packaging and shipping charges

                            : The product is packed fresh after you place the order

                            : The products would be sent from origin and in the original packaging of the seller

                            : Special care is taken while packaging to ensure that the product remains intact

Specialty : Assam teas are grown in the lowlands, closer to the sea level. Tropical weather conditions prevailing here render the tea with a brisk flavor profile. The black teas produced in this region are renowned world over for their strong, bold, brisk, malty flavors and dark liquor making it an ideal pick for a breakfast tea world over.

Assam Tea Fact: The ever-popular English Breakfast and Irish Breakfast tea blends are often made using Assam black tea.

Assam Tea : The Assam tea industry is one of the most enterprising tea-producing regions in the world. Tea estates in Assam collectively produce close to 507 million kg of tea every year, making the state of Assam the world’s largest tea-growing region. The terroir of Assam is characterized as having low altitude, rich loamy soil, ample rainfall, and a tropical climate which allows the region to produce some of the best loose-leaf orthodox teas.

Assam orthodox teas are grown using Camellia sinensis var. Assamica plant and only those teas grown and manufactured in tea estates located in the Brahmaputra Valley in the North East India qualify to be called as Assam teas.

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