Kolony Classic Second Flush Assam Black Tea (Orthodox)

Loose Leaf Tea

  • Aids Digestion
  • Boost Energy
Shelf Life :

36 Months

The Orthodox Assam tea is rich, malty taste with a hint of sweetness. It is known for its distinctive and robust flavor.

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Pack: 100gm 50 servings
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About the tea

Appearance- Dark and wiry with golden or silver tips

Aroma- Earthy and robust flavor with a subtle hints of caramel or honey notes.

Grade- TGFOP1

Caffeine- Mild to medium
Health Benefits- Boosts energy and metabolism, reduces stress, aids digestion

Best Consumed- optional

Orthodox Assam Tea processing is done using the traditional method that allows for the
preservation of the tea’s natural aroma and flavor. It involves plucking the tea leaves by hand
and carefully processing them.
The unique combination of a bold, malty flavor with earthy fruity aroma makes Orthodox
Assam Tea a sought after choice for those who appreciate strong and flavorsome black teas.

The Estate- Kolony Estate is located in the fertile plains of Assam, India along the
Brahmaputa river, providing high quality teas available in the country. The specific terrior
and cultivation practice influence the unique characteristics of the tea. Kolony garden tea is
versatile and pairs well with or without milk and sugar.

Unity in Tea- 1% of our revenue is dedicated to empowering the Tea Tribes and fostering better health
facilities within their communities.
At VaanaTea, we promise to deliver not just tea but stories in every sip, infused with the love
we pour in each sip. Women comprise 50% of the workforce, skillfully plucking, sorting and
rolling leaves, ensuring they grace cups worldwide.

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Did You Know

  • India, is home to the second largest tea-growing region in the world. Assam is the largest tea producing region in India.With its fertile plains and favourable climatic conditions, Assam provides the perfect environment for cultivating tea. The lush landscapes of Assam are adorned with vast tea estates that stretch as far as the eye can see. The tea produced in Assam is renowned worldwide for its robust flavor and distinctive malty taste also known as Chai. Assam tea is cherished for its bold character and invigorating aroma. The legacy of tea cultivation in Assam dates back to the 19th century when the British introduced commercial tea production to the region. Today, Assam remains a vital hub for tea production, showcasing its rich heritage and commitment to excellence in the world of tea.
  • World’s largest weaving village Sualkuchi, nestled in Assam, India, is renowned for its Muga and Eri silk. Skilled artisans here uphold ancient weaving traditions, contributing significantly to Assam's cultural heritage and economy. Sualkuchi intricate designs and superior silk quality not only symbolize Assam's richness but also serve as a global representation of traditional craftsmanship, sustaining livelihoods and showcasing cultural pride worldwide.

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