Assam Dikom TGFOP1Black Tea
It’s full bodied and malty
It’s delicious, not salty
It’s from the region of Assam
I heard that an’ I was like oh damn
This is a second flush black tea from Assam. The Sessa river runs from the Himalayas to the Ganges and flows through the Dikom tea estate. The brew is dark brown and tastes rich, strong and malty. The aftertaste is a little sweet, almost spicy.
India - Assam Assam is a state in North-East India. It is the world's largest tea-growing region.
In this category, you will find teas from a variety of origins. As with wine, climate and soil have a major influence on the taste and distinct character of each tea. Green, black and white tea all come from the same plant. It is the processing of the harvested leaves that determines the final product.