Assam Tea in Munnar India
Known for Tea Plantations
The Assam variety, a singlestem tree ranging from 20 to 60 feet (6 to 18 metres) in height. Regular pruning keeps its height to a more manageable 4 to 5 feet tall. It has an economic life of 40 years with regular pruning and plucking. When grown at an altitude near that of Darjeeling (Assam) or Munnar (Kerala), it produces tea with fascinating flavours , sought after around the globe. The Cambodia variety, a singlestem tree growing to about 16 feet (five metres) in height, is not cultivated but has been naturally crossed with other varieties.
Tea Plantation in Munnar India
Assam Borengajuli Tea
Malty with a jammy-like flavor best describes this premium tea. The tea is vacuum-packed at the estate capturing the pungent 2nd flush flavor at its peak.
Assam Bukhial Tea
A delicate leaf structure with golden tips and an infusion, which impresses with its smooth, expressive bouquet and a spicily scented aroma with malty touches.
Assam Leaf Blend Tea
A classic top-quality Second Flush Assam tea. Full-bodied and brisk with malty flavor overtones.
Assam Hathikuli Organic Tea
The Hathikuli Tea Estate cultivates noticeably pretty teas on one of the largest certified organic cultivation areas in the Assam Valley south of the River Bramaputhra. We have selected this Broken, because it convinced us with its very pretty, rough optic and its malty, slightly bread-like flavour. You will be delighted by its glowing copper colored cup with a strong and spicy scent.
Assam Managalam Tea
A specially processed large-leaf tea, with a large percentage of golden tips. This tea has a deep, rich and malty flavor profile, with spicy hints.
Assam Orangajuli Tea
A premium First-Flush Assam with large-leaves with silver leaf tips. Full flavored with a fresh malty taste and spicy notes.
Assam PF Organic Tea
A classic top-quality Second Flush Assam tea. Full-bodied and brisk with malty flavor overtones. (Organic)
Assam Tarajuli Tea
A thick full-bodied Second-Flush Assam tea with good malty flavor. Brews a bright cup, tending toward coppery.
Assam Hunwal Tea
Hunwal’s reputation for producing Orthodox teas is as rich as its heritage. We are fortunate to have a continued and secure supply of top seasonal FBOP and GBOP varieties. What’s the difference between the two? FBOP, (Flowery Broken Orange pekoe) is a tippier version of GBOP (Golden Broken Orange Pekoe) and therefore slightly milder in the cup. The tea produces a delicately astringent liquor with flavorful layers of malt. These characteristics make Hunwal FBOP excellent on its own or with a dash of milk.
Assam Tonganagaon Tea
A delicate leaf structure with golden tips and an infusion, which impresses with its smooth, expressive bouquet and a spicily scented aroma with malty touches. (Organic)