Assam Harmutty

Assam Harmutty

If you love your tea full bodied then this Assam tea is for you, grown on one of the finest tea estates of Assam. Located in the far west of the Assam valley this tea is highly prized for its malty flavours and deep aroma.

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Serve as isServe with milkServe with honeyserve with lemonFairtrade certifiedRainforest Alliance
1 tspn per cup95°c3-4 minAs isMilkHoneyLemonFair TradeRainforest Alliance

Character

A classic Assam tea with a traditional malt flavour and the strength of brew that are expected of all good Assams.

Story

Dotted along the Brahmaputra River in Assam, India's north eastern province are a row of tea gardens where the rich, bold and malty flavoured Assam teas are grown. Within these plantations is one of the oldest, the Harmutty estate, originally founded in 1870 and named for Queen Hiramati the wife of King Arimatta whose ancient kingdom encompassed much of the Assam province. The golden tipped leaves from the Harmutty estate have an earthy aroma and a strong but pleasant malty and fruity flavour like like a deep red wine.

Brew

1 tsp per cup in water at 95°c for 3-4 mins

Certifications

Fair Trade Certified
Rainforest Alliance certified

Serve

As it is or with milk or honey and lemon as desired.

Ingredients

Assam golden tipped black tea (TGFOP1)

Origin

Assam, India

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