Assamica Agro Teas in United Kingdom! 0
It is estimated that 165 million cups of tea are consumed daily in England or 60.2 billion cups per year. And per capita, England is the second largest tea drinking country behind Ireland.
Yes, the Brits love their tea and are experts. So you can imagine it is every tea farmer’s dream to have their tea exported to England. But for small tea farmers to get recognized by the large British Tea companies is almost impossible. However, a British tea company has changed all of that.
The Internet & Assamica Agro – Assam Tea to the World! 0
Small scale Assam tea farmers in the remote corners of north east India have started to reap the benefits of their hard work & dedication to organic farming as e-commerce becomes the easiest and most cost effective way to shop the highest quality artisan products straight from the source anywhere in the world. With the growing demand for organic and hand picked green tea & Assam black tea world wide, our eCommerce website gives us the ability to sell these exclusive teas across the globe.
Delivering Fresh Teas.. from Assam to your doorstep! 2
Our online business loves the internet! We are delivering quality teas to more and more people and places. With the growing demand for organic and hand picked green and black tea, we are delighted to be able to provide these teas to distributors and individuals across the globe. Our prices cannot be beat, nor can our quality.
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How to Brew The Perfect Cup of Green Tea? 5
Did you try to switch to green tea because of its enormous health benefits, but didn't finally like it because - it's too harsh or bitter? Well, perhaps what you need is a proper brewing method and a better quality of green tea like the ones we sell in this website.
Handcrafted Organic Teas from Small Growers 2
A growing number of people across the globe have started realizing the health benefits of organically grown foods — including organic teas produced through sustainable organic agricultural practices. Increasing knowledge and awareness have enabled today's consumers to start questioning the quality and purity of the products they serve their families.