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Green Assam OP - Caddy

Now: £14.00 Was: £28.00 sku SOCGAOP0316-125 | Net weight: 125g

Loose leaf green tea

An unusual green tea from the Assam region of North East India.  Assam's tea gardens are found on the low-lying, hot and humid plains adjacent to the mighty Brahmaputra river, and are famous for their strong black teas.  In contrast, this tea has pronounced grassy and woody notes.

This is a high quality Orange Pekoe grade of tea, produced by careful plucking of the young leaves and repeated rolling and drying.  When infused in hot water the liquor is clear, pale gold with a slightly scented aroma.  The flavour is strong and astringent, initial sweetness yielding to pronounced grassy, woody notes.

Approximately 50 servings.

Loose leaf tea made simple. Take a look at our fabulous teapots (some come with a built-in strainer) and tea strainers.

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Green tea

how to serve

Use 1 rounded teaspoon per person and 1 for the pot.  Boil fresh water, leave to cool for 5 minutes then pour on.  Allow to steep for 2 to 3 minutes, with no need to add anything for the perfect flavour.

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Customer Reviews

100% of customers liked this product


Quite strong. Much more expensive in a caddy!



This tea was a real find and is of outstanding quality. Well worth a try.


Tea Tasters Club - Green Assam OP

Assam is an ingredient that you would usually find in an English Breakfast tea, however, this particular Assam is very unusual as it’s a fine grade tea that has been processed the Green Tea way. The young greenish leaves, full of tip are what make this tea extremely high quality.

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