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Organic Assam Breakfast: 1/2 Pound Loose Tea Sleeve

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Lush flavor and amber color — this Assam tea, grown in India, is known for the golden tipped leaves that give it a layered "malty" flavor you'll love.

$17.00

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    We don't refer to this tea as "English Breakfast" because often that indicates a blend of teas. Our Assam Breakfast (which we do love with breakfast!) is single-origin, big organic tea leaves that make for a rich cuppa'. Assam, India, has hot days and cool nights, where leaves like those thrive!

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  • Directions

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    1/2 cup coffee
    1 heaping tsp (2.8g) per 16oz of boiling water steep 4 min.

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Assam India

Reviews

Customer Reviews

I highly recommend this wonderful tea.
by Mark
(Posted on 4/7/15)
I have serious withdrawals whenever you run out! Most delicious tea in the known universe, or at least, this sector of the galaxy.
by MARY KATHERINE
(Posted on 1/9/15)
This Assam tea is divine! It is flavorful, urbane, and luxurious. Complex flavors and a moderate amount of caffeine make it a delicious and stimulating go-to drink any time of day.
by Dr. Robin
(Posted on 12/15/13)

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