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Assam tea

Despite early proponents such as , British-led such as the Waste Lands Act to clear and privatize plots of land for agricultural purposes, the Assam Company struggled and was forced to reorganize in 1847.

This procedure is carried out for green teas and yellow teas.

Due to oxidation, the leaves undergo a complete transformation and exhibit an aroma and taste profile that's completely different from the profile of the leaves that do not undergo this process.

Now smell your freshly brewed Assam tea and feel its aroma of pungent autumn spices and fruits.

Description: Assam is also black tea produced from a local variety of the tea plant, Camellia sinensis var.

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Charles Bruce a team, including Nathaniel Wallich, anddispatched from the Tea Committee in 1836, to review the plant in its natural growing conditions around.
Freshly plucked leaves are laid out in a series of troughs and subjected to hot air forced from underneath the troughs.

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    Assam tea is a black tea named after the region of its production, Assam, India. It is manufactured specifically from the plant Camellia sinensis var. assamica (Masters). [1] [2] The Assam tea plant is indigenous to Assam—initial efforts to plant the Chinese varieties in Assam soil did not succeed.
    By: CauwerT|||||||||
    Assam tea is a classic black tea grown in the Assam region of India that is used to make traditional breakfast teas such as English breakfast, Irish breakfast, and Earl Grey teas.
    By: codywahl|||||||||
    Assam is also black tea produced from a local variety of the tea plant, Camellia sinensis var. assamica. What is Assam Tea History? While India’s tea history probably goes back thousands of years, commercial production as we know it began with the British East India Company. Hoping to provide a cheaper alternative to Chinese tea, the company imported Camellia sinensis var. sinensis seeds from China, but the plants failed to grow in the lowlands of Assam.
    By: chrisrico|||||||||
    Assam is a state in northeastern India, south of the eastern Himalaya Mountains and encompassing part of the Brahmaputra River. Assam is also black tea produced from a local variety of the tea plant, Camellia sinensis var. assamica.
    By: brazen-corsair|||||||||
    Here are the 5 Steps to Making Assam Tea…. In a teacup, place an Assam tea bag or a tea infuser with about one tablespoon of loose tea leaves. Loose tea leaves can also be placed at the bottom of a cup. Heat the water to 90-95 degrees Celsius (195-205 degrees Fahrenheit).
    By: funszd||||||||| - 2022
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