Sweetness brought by golden chips and Assam tea with a rich aroma like malt
Summer-picked black tea from India's largest black tea-producing area in the Brahmaputra River basin in northeastern India. The tea leaves grown in the strong sunlight of this area are processed at high temperatures to create a malty aroma. The mellow black tea sweetness brought by the core buds (golden chips) is also attractive. It is a brand full of the charm of Assam black tea that can be enjoyed with baked goods or added with milk when the delicious astringency has increased after several hours of extraction in the pot.
2022 Assam Second Flush Nahor Habi Tea Plantation OR-215
May 23, 2022
Clonal species (P126)
Store away from high temperature and humidity and direct sunlight. After opening, put in an airtight container and consume as soon as possible.
(per 2.5g of tea leaves) energy 8kcal, protein 0.5g, fat 0.1g, carbohydrate 1.3g, salt equivalent 0g
Pleasant astringency and sweetness
茶葉の量 2.5g (1 medium teaspoon)
Nahor Habi Tea Plantation
It is a tea plantation whose name is derived from the beautiful forest of Nahor trees (trees belonging to the genus Ceylon) in this area. In the spring, the trees are covered with soft red core buds, creating a beautiful landscape of tea gardens. Management by the current management company began in 1955, and through continuous infrastructure investment, the tea plantation area was expanded from 227 hectares to 690 hectares. We produce 1300 tons of orthodox and CTC black tea per year. We also focus on the conservation and planting of the surrounding forests, as well as the conservation of the local ecosystem.
Assam, synonymous with Indian tea