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Assamica Agro's Organic Black Tea has Made its way to your Cozy Bedroom as your Morning Bed Tea

Assamica Agro's Organic Black Tea has Made its way to your Cozy Bedroom as your Morning Bed Tea 0

The leaves of Assam tea come from the Camellia Sinensis and a fine tea brewed from it is very relishing, especially in the mornings. The state of Assam is the largest producer of black tea in India and about one in five people here are employed in tea production. This tea variety is exported to many countries and many tea blends use it as an important ingredient.
Why handcrafted Organic teas?

Why handcrafted Organic teas? 0

If you never tasted organic Assam handmade tea before, it's time you do so. Let's admit it, machines will never be able to fully replace people. Unless we really let them. Passion, attention to details, effort and love are not something you can just plug into electricity or fuel with gasoline. You need to have a heart. This is exactly why handmade teas are more valuable from machine harvested and processed. Are we letting world to lose its heart? So, what is the difference? Why should we care?

Assam tea in English Breakfast and other breakfast blends

Assam tea in English Breakfast and other breakfast blends 0

English Breakfast tea is one of the most popular blends of tea. With history longer than 200 years, it doesn't surprise it is widely available and recognizable all around the world. English breakfast is usually created from strong robust malty Assam black tea, Ceylon teas and Chinese teas. Assam is one of the most suited teas for breakfast blends because of its high caffeine content and robust flavor. English Breakfast is a full-bodied tea that goes perfect with a dash of milk and paired with English morning dishes. It can be found in teabags, broken leaves or even full leaves. Each gives a different flavor, but very similar profile.

Three ways to use organic Assam tea this summer

Three ways to use organic Assam tea this summer 1

Assam tea counts for one of the strongest black teas in the world. With robust malty flavor and high caffeine content it is usually drunk as a breakfast tea. But, Assam tea doesn't need to be drunk in the usual way to get all the benefits it can offer. Besides, if you like the taste of Assam, there is no better way to make your deserts and drinks more interesting and tasty. These ideas are great for garden parties or enjoying tea alone. Organic tea will give you the best health benefits, boost your energy and offer an amazing full flavor. Check some of the ideas how you can use it during hot summer day.

Is drinking organic Assam tea always the best choice?

Is drinking organic Assam tea always the best choice? 0

With advancement of technology, chemistry and agriculture, going back to nature is what many people choose to do. Ironically, going back to nature has been more expensive than ever. You may have heard or seen stories of vegetables being injected with toxins to grow faster, different colors used after plucking to make them look nicer, or silicone sprayed on to give them shine and fresh appearance. And still, most of them you peel or wash before eating. And tea? You literary soak the tea and drink whatever it has released.

Making your own English Breakfast tea

Making your own English Breakfast tea 0

English Breakfast tea is one of the most popular blended teas in the world. There are countless brands that offer great blends to tea drinkers searching for a perfect breakfast tea. Perfect robust flavor that goes exceptionally well with a meal can be homemade as well. All you need are quality tea ingredients and a bit of curiosity to develop a cup that suits your taste.