This Assam loose leaf black tea comes from a plantation situated in the district of Dibrugarh on the north bank of the Brahmaputra which has been producing very fine, aromatic orthodox and CTC teas for many years……………
Hunwal estate is in Jorhat, Assam, south of the river Brahmaputra on an altitude of up to 1.000 m, which is untypical of Assam. The resulting cooler temperatures guarantee very rich and strong qualities due to the slow growth.
Ayurvedic Tea Women’s Activity is a herbal blend with a spicy scent of juniper and fresh oranges, and a pleasant note of fennel and cinnamon. Also contains liquorice root, cardamon, ginger, angelica and dandelion roots.
Banana Coconut Cake has large fruit pieces which form the dominant part of this tea. Sweet, fruity bananas with a nippy, fresh pineapple and creamy coconut pieces envelop the large fruits. Combined, this forms a great blend!
Probably the best known flavour for tea is produced from citrus fruits similar to oranges which come from southern regions. The aroma here is presented in a particularly special manner, using the finest Yunnan as a base.
In the early 19th century, around 1825, Dutch settlers started growing tea on the Indonesian island of Java. From there, tea cultivation was also started in Sumatra. This tea comes from the best plucking time - August/Sept...
Blue Moon is a composition of Chinese black tea from the province of Yunnan infused with cornflower petals. The Yunnan region of China is world renowned for its tea gardens which cover a huge area of the province and employ thousands of workers.