Assam Black Tea

Assam black tea is brewed with tea leaves originating in Northeast India, which are thin and flat and in dark brown. The tea infusion is dark red and a little bit brown, sending out a faint fragrance of malt and rose, but tasting strong. It is the best choice for a tea drinking in winter.

Assam Tea

Assam tea is a black tea produced in northeastern India. The soup of the tea is dark red and slightly brown and its shape is thin and flat. Assam tea is the best choice in winter with a light malt and rose aroma, and a strong taste.

Dark tea

Dark tea is a kind of post-fermented tea, which is unique to China. It has a long history and is mainly produced in Hunan, Shaanxi, Hubei, Sichuan, Yunnan, and Guangxi. Dark tea takes a long time to ferment during the production process, the leaf color becomes black, so it is called dark tea.

Darjeeling Tea

Darjeeling tea is a kind of black tea produced in Darjeeling, India. Darjeeling tea is highly appreciated due to its light golden luster and muscat grape-like flavor after brewing. Darjeeling is a town located on the slope of beautiful Himalayas, with an altitude of 7000 feet.

Ceylon Tea

Ceylon black tea, produced in Sri Lanka, is a collective term. It’s also called “Xileng Black Tea” and “Xilan Black Tea”. The name is derived from the pronunciation of Ceylon in English, which is directly transliterated. The best Tingbula tea and Nuwara Eliya tea, produced in the mountainous area, are those harvested from January to March due to the influence of the southwest monsoon rain in summer (May-August).