This year we visited Organic-certified tea gardens Satrupa to prove how tea is produced there.
An Indian black tea from the valley plantation region on the banks of the enchanting river Brahmaputra. A wild variety of tea plant, later named “Assamica,” was discovered in India by the Bruce brothers almost 170 years ago. This is the variety now cultivated in Assam. Our supply is outstanding for its freshness and sparkling taste. Brown-black leaves with light color tips are evenly rolled into half-moons. In the cup, they produce a dark, red-brown infusion with a rich aroma and a robust, full taste. Suitable for drinking before a long journey.