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Tales of Assam (Tea Envelope) - Organic Assam Black Tea

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From the lush forests and high hills of Assam, we bring you a pure Finest Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe (FTGFOP) tea that celebrates life. Painstakingly selected from the very source of camellia sinensis assamica, only the very tips of the most lightly golden leaves are used. Carefully sip this creamy and luxurious tea to unlock its delicate layers of flavor.

This tea can be brewed multiple times, and you can increase the water temperature with later steeping's. Can be enjoyed both hot or cold.

Origin: Handmade with love by the local farmers of Upper Assam (India)

Ingredients: Organic Assam Black Tea

Pack Size: 12 x 2.5g

Type: Black

Caffeine level: Caffeinated

Brewing temperature: 100°Celsius / 212°Fahrenheit

Brewing time: Teacup: 2-3 mins/ Teapot: 3-5 mins

Re-steeping Teacup: 3-5 times.

Re-steeping time: 4,6,8 minutes

FLAVOR: Full-bodied malty flavor, deep aroma, brisk taste

EFFECT: Refreshing and Stimulating

PERFECT for Morning and afternoon tea. Goes well with milk and honey

METHOD

1. Fill kettle with fresh water. Do not use previously boiled water. Water that has been previously boiled loses oxygen and can weaken the flavor of your tea.

2. Ensure water is heated to the proper temperature for steeping

3. Warm the teapot and/or teacup with the hot water. Pour some of the freshly heated water in teapot or teacup and rinse. This will warm the teapot or teacup, keeping tea hot for a longer period of time.

4. Pour the water and brew the tea. Let the tea infuse for three to five minutes depending on your desired strength. When your tea is steeped, remove the infuser.

To discover the delicate subtleness of each tea always follow the instructions. Feel free to experiment with dosage, time or temperature when you get accustomed to tea. Higher temperatures, larger amounts of leaves and longer steeping time will result in stronger tea with more astringency.