The Assam region is located to the far North
East of India along the Burmese border. This is the land of the one-horned
rhino, the land through which the mighty river Brahmaputra winds its
majestic course. Assam is rich with nature's bounty and a rainfall
ranging from 200 to 300 cms - a bounty that ensures a very special
place for the teas grown here.
The Assam Region produces more tea than any other in India. Assam
teas are know for their strong, full, rich, full-bodied, pungent and
sometimes malty bright liquor flavor. They are particularly popular
as a tea to drink with breakfast in the morning.
Want to know more about Indian Tea? Read on.
History of Tea
Tea and Health