Tarajulie Estate Assam Black Tea
Tarajulie Estate Assam Black Tea is a single-estate tea, not a blend. It is full bodied tea. The kind you crave when you want a stronger, fuller black tea which doesn’t apologize for being able to stand up to milk or cream when added. It is also the type of tea we get requests for by our friends and local restaurants when they are making tea cocktails and need a tea which blends well with other libations.
If you also like a stronger iced tea, Tarajulie Estate Assam Black Tea is a great choice. You can add extra loose tea to your steep, allowing it to hold up well when diluted with ice cubes.
The Tarajulie Estate has been around a very long time, as far as Indian Tea Estates are measured. Tarajulie was first planted in 1884. Between the Gabharu and Dipota Rivers, the estate is almost 3 square miles. Set in a wild area still to this day, over 1000 people work the estate, growing some of the finest tea in the Assam region. The families living and working on the estate go back many generations. The land not planted with tea is given to these families to grow their own crops.
Back to the tea, Tarajulie Estate Assam Tea has a yellowish bright liquor with a deep malty character for a fine, robust cup of tea.
We carry other Breakfast, Estate and Flavored Black teas, so you can change up the subtle character of your morning cuppa. Each have their own character, body, strength and feel. Each have their own loyal following and many of our friends buy several so they can change up their mornings. You might want to consider our Irish Breakfast, Scottish, or English Breakfast Teas. We also have other estate teas, such as our Kenilworth, or Kirkoswald Estate teas. You might also consider or Anuhi Keemun Black Tea, or Vietnamese Black Tea. Both with distinctive characteristics and wonderful flavors.
Of course we have a large selection of flavored black teas ready for your perusal.
Contains: Black tea