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?
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.
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....