One of the most well-known black tea varieties, Assam comes from an ancient word in the Ahom language, asama, which means “peerless or without comparison.” The first sip of this delightful tea will enchant you with a strong, spice undertone that’s delightful all on its own. From the Mokaibari classic tea gardens where fine teas have been produced for almost 100 years.
Single Garden Indian black tea from the historical Mokaibari Tea Gardens in Assam, India.
Strong, spicy, malty
Used on mostly Indian black teas, the letters describe the leaf size and visual qualities of the processed leaves. It has little to do with the tastes or flavor profile of the tea. In general, the higher quality leaf will most likely give you full flavor tea.
The classical Chai tea is pleasant and strong in flavor. The intense taste is due to the select ingredients like aniseed, cinnamon, ginger and special flavoring. Milk and sugar should be added, to achieve the ultimate taste sensation.
Important: Always brew with boiling water and let infuse for 5-10 minutes in order to obtain a safe beverage!
Indian black tea, aniseed, cinnamon pieces, ginger pieces, black peppercorns, cloves, chicory roots, flavoring.
Spicy with traditional chai spices. Add steamed milk for an easy chai latte
Genmaicha is a unique Japanese Bancha organic green tea blended with popped rice which gives it a great nutty flavor. This blend comes from the Kagoshima Prefecture. Genmaicha is often brewed in large bowls in Japan and the floating puffed rice are eaten as a small snack to accompany the tea. The puffed rice is called "blossom" or "flower" and can also be sieved out of the brew.
Green tea*, peeled and popped rice*, * from organic cultivation
smooth green tea, slightly grassy with nutty popcorn flavor
Japan (Kagoshima Prefecture)