Assam Halmari Gold TGFBOP1

Brand: Char Teas
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Halmari is a jewel amongst the Assam tea Estates, consistently producing top ranking orthodox cut Assam tea. Halmari Gold is a full bodied Assam tea renowned for being of the highest grade available. It contains an extraordinary quantity of golden tips. This tea is served in some of the most prestigious hotels around the World including the Grand Hyatt in Mumbai and the Taj Mahal Hotel in Calcutta. Malty, full bodied, refreshing and invigorating and already a favourite here at Char.

Assam is the largest tea growing area in the world, where 2,000 gardens can produce almost 450,000 tons of tea each year. Assam tea accounts for about 55 per cent of India's total annual production. Assam is a vast and beautiful area of dense forests and open rolling plains through which the mighty Brahmaputra river runs, carrying rich fertile soil down from the mountains of Tibet to the agricultural plains. Exceptionally high rainfall (sometimes exceeding 10m in just one season) produces a very humid enviroment comparable to being inside a vast greenhouse - consequently the plants thrive, producing a tea which is very different to Darjeeling.

Tea Information
Tea Type Black Tea
Level Single Estate TGFBOP1
Origin Halmari Estate, Assam, India
Taste Strong, Malty, Full Bodied & Invigorating
Available Loose Leaf
Brewing Advice One dessert spoon per cup. Add fresh near-boiling water. Infuse for three minutes.
Tea Information
Tea Type Black Tea
Level Single Estate TGFBOP1
Origin Halmari Estate, Assam, India
Taste Strong, Malty, Full Bodied & Invigorating
Available Loose Leaf
Brewing Advice One dessert spoon per cup. Add fresh near-boiling water. Infuse for three minutes.

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