A strong, robust tea from North East India, this loose leaf Assam fannings cut is big on flavour and value. A great breakfast tea choice which stands up well to a touch of milk.
Taste Notes : Fine Cut Assam
Origin : India
Ingredients : Indian black tea
Brewing : Use one teaspoon of loose leaf tea per cup and always use freshly boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes according to taste, depending on your preference for strength. Enjoy with or without milk.
Details : The Assam tea bush grows in a lowland region, in the valley of the Brahmaputra River; an area of clay soil rich in the nutrients of the floodplain. Along both sides of this river lie the rolling plains of the world's largest tea growing area, along with the highest yield per acre.
The climate varies between a cool, arid winter and a hot, humid rainy season - conditions ideal for growing tea. This tropical climate contributes to Assam's unique malty taste, a feature for which this tea is well known.
Delivery Information : Order before 1pm for same day posting with Royal Mail Tracked 48 service. Free delivery orders £30+
Mix & Match Any Tea Discount
Any 3 x Regular Tea Pouches = £11
This tea needs to be treated with respect! It is akin to a full-bodied wine and requires less in the pot for a 'standard' brew but produces wonderful 'builder's tea' for those who like a really strong brew. I love it because it's versatile and full of flavour!
Another enjoyable tea from Tug Boat. Packs a punch which wakes one up in the best way each morning. Had some as a sample and will now be buying more in future.
Glib and cliched it may be but folks guess what, it tastes like tea! Another gem from the Tugboat, as it says, a 'robust' tea, give it a try.
I was pleasantly suprised with this household tea - a flat teaspoon is the perfect amount for an average sized mug, and it's got a lovely, well balanced flavour. It packs a bit of a punch but not too much, and I prefer it to much more expensive teas.
Perfectly decent cuppa, but a little flat/one dimensional compared to, say, the English breakfast tea.