Assam Black Tea
The Assam Valley is the largest tea-growing area in the world, in India near the Chinese border. The difficult monsoon climate, black soil and indigenous tea plants of the region produce a tea with a strong full-bodied, malty flavor. Its pleasant taste makes it great as a breakfast tea, and it’s delicious with a splash of milk.
Ratings & Reviews
I can't get to my favorite local tea shop now (I'm high risk, so can't go out shopping). So I thought I'd try your Assam. And I'm not disappointed. Makes an especially good iced tea.Susan, Richmond, VA
This black tea has a great flavor even tasty with cream and lemon.Linda, Evington, VA
Total trash. Waste of money. It does not look or taste like Assam black tea.Darla, Washington, DC
Great flavor. Strong, the way I like it.Yvonne, New York, NY
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Store at room temperature for up to 6 months.
Country of origin: China
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