Ingredients - Black Tea
Taste - The best estate in Assam. The soil conditions and climate produce a mellow and malty TGFOP to be savored and contemplated.
Liquor - Very bright and golden coppery.
Flush - 2nd Flush
Grade - TGFOP (The highest proportion of tip, and the main grade in Darjeeling and Assam.)
About the Estate/Region
A superb low-grown tea from the district of Morawak Korale. This award-winning tea is velvety and rich with a plum-like finish. A classic Assam with a traditional leaf style. Produced during June this tea embodies all the flavour and strength one expects from a top Assam tea estate. Bukhial is a tea estate belonging to and managed by George Willamson Assam Ltd - the world's largest privately held tea plantation group. Bukhial is situated on the south side of the Brahmaputra River in the state of Assam near a remote region called Nagaland. Wild elephants still roam the estate but it could be worse; a century ago headhunters also lurked in the forests! In this area rainfall is lower which makes the bushes grow more slowly producing an outstanding tea. This well-made orthodox leaf tea produces a strong colory and flavorful cup. The manager Mr. Dhar is rightfully proud of the fantastic reputation of this estate.You might ask - What gives Assam tea its special characteristics.
- Loose Leaf Grades
- Brewing Guide
|Type of Tea||Quantity of Tea||Water Temp||Steeping Time|
|White||3-5g per cup||70c||5-6 mins|
|Green||3-5g per cup||75c||2-5 mins|
|Black||3-5g per cup||95c||4-6 mins|
|Oolong||3-5g per cup||95c||5-8 mins|
|Pu-erh||3-5g per cup||95c||4-6 mins|