Assam teas are characterised by their large, broad leaves. Known for being a tea with character, Assam produces a robust, bold liquor and a particularly pronounced aroma with a spicy, strong flavour and lots of body. This is an ideal breakfast tea.
Black India tea from the Assam area
Located in fertile plains of north-east India, Assam produces green teas with botanical notes. Green Assam is a non-fermented version of the famous Assam black tea that exemplifies the hardy character of teas from this region.
Green tea from the Assam area
This black tea draws its richness from the fertile soils of Sri Lanka. Ceylon broken orange pekoe (B.O.P.) tea is a black tea which has broken leaves and a sustained flavour. Intense and full-bodied, it produces deliciously fruity and woody notes.
Ceylon black tea
Cultivated at 8,500 feet altitude in the hot and humid region of Yunnan, this remarkable black tea from China is known for the delicate taste of wet earth and its discrete bitterness.
Black China tea