“We want to do good, not just for ourselves, but for our customers and for our tea growers,” Pranab explained to us a few months ago. When we heard about how he and his brother, Pallab aspired to develop organic tea in their village in Assam, we knew we had to learn more about their story.
A few weeks later we were sipping tea with Pallab and his family in the village of Panchnoi where we learned about how they developed organic tea farming practices and were looking to bring the rich taste of Assamese tea to the world.
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...
There is probably not a single tea lover in this world that hasn't tried Assam tea. Maybe you were not aware that the tea you are drinking comes from Assam because you could not recognize the taste, or the ingredients were simply marked as black tea. However, Assam tea is important ingredient in many black tea blends sold these days. Sometimes it's labeled as Indian tea, sometimes only as black tea.
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?