2nd Flush Assam TGFOP1 125g Loose Leaf Tea
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Since our story began in 1706, at Twinings our passion has been to bring you riches from the world's finest tea gardens. Tea growing regions are as diverse as those of wine and whisky: think of this collection as a tour of the very best.
We love this superb tea from the Langharjan Estate, in the eastern part of Assam, to us, it captures the essence of Assam with its remarkable character and flavour. Here, on the huge plains adjacent to the mighty Brahmaputra River, the tea bushes prosper in the extremely hot, humid conditions. Little wonder that today, Assam is the largest black tea producing region in the world.
The second flush, appearing from May onwards, produces the highest quality teas with plenty of tip. When brewed, the neat, stylishly twisted leaves give a golden liquor we find rich, malty, lively and refreshing. We think you'd be hard-pressed to find a more rounded and moreish cup!
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This is a high quality loose leaf tea. Use one teaspoon per cup and brew for two to three minutes.
Improving the quality of life in communities where we source our products. Everyone has the right to a decent quality of life and be able to provide for themselves and their families. Twinings already aims to buy from the best tea estates, both in terms of quality and ethics, but even these can be improved further. Find out more about our Sourced with Care initiative.
Using freshly boiled water, brew one teaspoon of tea per person in a teapot or infuser. Brew to your taste; we recommend about 3-5 minutes. Add a splash of milk or enjoy it black.
With your support, Twinings helps provide access to clean water for villages across Darjeeling, helps improve mother and baby health in tea growing regions of Yunnan and helps improve health and nutrition in tea communities in Assam.