Assam tea is a variant of Black Tea, made from the leaves of Camellia sinensis var. assamica. Also, this beneficial Assam tea has another famous name, which is ‘English Tea’. Full-bodied, bright, tart & malty flavor with a dark brownish color is the identity of Organic Assam Tea.
Assam Tea, as the name suggests, grows in Assam and Assam itself is the largest tea producer in India. Assam is situated in North-East India, bordering Bangladesh and Myanmar. Thus, the best tea comes from the foothills of Himalayas.
The weather condition, warm and wet tropical climate plays a vital role in making distinct and fine Assam teas.
The usual harvesting time of Assam tea is late March and June and when the time arrives, the teas are plucked, and they undergo the oxidation process. The oxidation process is the key to good premium quality Assam tea.
Mental Alertness. The content of caffeine is Assam tea is quite high, and as a result, it improves the level of alertness of the brain.
Cancer Prevention. Assam tea contains phenolic compounds which contain antioxidant properties. This property helps to reduce the damage of nitrogen and oxygen species in the cell.
Cardiovascular Health. Assam tea contains flavonoids which help to improve the endothelial function of the body. …
Parkinson’s disease. Consuming Assam tea on a regular basis will help to reduce the risk of Parkinson’s disease. …
Fights Obesity. It has been clinically proven that Assam tea is very effective for reducing excess fat in the body.