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Black tea in all variations - classic, straight from the origin or refined with bergamot notes. Not only black tea lovers will find it here.
Black tea with spicy cinnamon, harmoniously accentuated with the sweetness of apples and fine vanilla bits.
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A blend of different teas from the summer harvest, carefully composed by our tea tasters. Ideal for the preparation with milk or cream.
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The garden is situated in the Southeast of the district capital Silchar on the outskirts of a large woodland. After cultivating cotton for a long time it is, since 1830, home to the traditional tea production. Many years, up to 1977, under British rule.
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Highly aromatic, fine Assam CTC tea from the organic tea garden Jamguri. As ultimate "replacement for espresso“: Preparation with one heaped teaspoon per cup and, if you like, topped with "milk foam".
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* Certified organic, DE-ÖKO-006
From a renowned tea garden located south of the Brahmaputra River. Only a small quantity of this orthodox tea is exclusively produced for Wollenhaupt during the peak harvest season.
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Tea estate within the borders of the famous Kaziranga National Park, which is also home to the “unicorn rhino” that adorns the official Assam tea logo.
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A blend of different teas from the summer harvest, carefully composed by our tea tasters. "Creaming" is a sign of the good quality: after the tea has been brewed, the content of essential oils produces an "oily" film on the surface of the tea.
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Its location in a humid, tropical climate, fertile soil and exceptionally high-quality tea plant varieties allow this garden to produce extraordinary tea qualities and offer one of the few green Assam teas.
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A traditional, full-bodied broken composition comprised of different teas from the Assam summer harvest. Carefully composed by our tea tasters.
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The tea estate is situated on the northern shore of the Brahmaputra River in Central Assam. The tea gets its name from the “Dickory River" that flows near the estate. Only the finest Assam qualities are produced there.
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The Dikom tea estate is located in the heart of the Assam growing region and has a high proportion of "clonal" tea plants, which gives this tea its own sweetness and floral notes.
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This small tea estate belongs to the prominent "McLeod Russel Group", which has been growing tea in India since 1869 and is now one of the largest tea producers in the world. Its logo features an elephant, representing the Indian origin of the group.
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