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Assam Immortal Leaf Black Tea

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Product code: 11605

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The Halmari garden produces many of the best tasting teas in Assam and this exquisite batch is no exception. It has a creamy, delicious malty flavour with hints of dark beer, spice and treacle with a hoppy, orange rind finish. This tea is picked at the peak of the summer season and carries the fine flavour the garden is noted for but at a reasonable price due to the slightly lower content of tips in the finished batch.

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The Halmari garden produces many of the best tasting teas in Assam and this exquisite batch is no exception. It has a creamy, delicious malty flavour with hints of dark beer, spice and treacle with a hoppy, orange rind finish. This tea is picked at the peak of the summer season and carries the fine flavour the garden is noted for but at a reasonable price due to the slightly lower content of tips in the finished batch. Halmari holds the top five records for the highest auction prices achieved by a garden in Assam. Situated on the lush plains of Upper Assam, Halmari produces the highest quality teas from pedigree clones. It is located in the Moran district of Dibrugarh. Thanks to having over 100 years of legacy and a deliberate pursuit of only the finest quality, Halmari has left no stone unturned in honing its skills to undoubtedly maintain an impeccable standard in tea manufacturing. Halmari holds all the accolades one can think of and it is a member of the Rainforest Alliance.

Additional Information

Leaf Grade FTGFOP
Country of Manufacture India
Tea Strength Medium Strong Black
Use Milk Optional
Brewing Time 5 mins
Water Temperature 100⁰c
Number of infusions 1
Quantity 1g per 100ml of filtered water

Customer Reviews

Review by Max Pilotti
I have drunk a few cups of this over the last few weeks, mostly as a mid-morning weekend brew. It definitely is much lighter than most Assam teas and has a refined characteristic about it, with some thirst quenching astringency but not enough in my opinion to take milk well (unless you increase the amount of leaves to 2.5g or even 3g per cup). It has a distinctly \"floral\" note to it which makes it more like a good autumnal Darjeeling than a solid Assam. So if you like Assam but don\'t want the strong astringency that goes with many of them, then this one is worth a try. The taste also changes quite noticeabley as it cools, the floral notes becoming easier to discern as your drink cools down. I prefer it without milk. (Posted on 15/08/2009)

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