INDIA - ASSAM
In about 2000 a strong and spicy plantations of tea with dark infusion grows. Assam is also the basis of a good East Frisian blend. This tea also reveals its spicy character with the addition of candy sugar and cream.
INDIA - DARJEELING
The tea leaves are picked by hand in Darjeeling. These are the ideal conditions for a delicious tea variety with unique character, and is known for exquisite Darjeeling top varieties as "the champagne of tea". Each Darjeeling tea gardens has its location, soil conditions and the type of crops grown an individual character.
INDIA - SIKKIM - Dooars - NILGIRI
The province of Sikkim lies in the Himalayan mountains, north of the Darjeeling tea growing area. Sikkim tea has a character similar to Darjeeling tea, with a little more strength and body
The Indian province of Dooars lies geographically between Assam and Darjeeling, in the foothills of the Himalayan mountains. The tea from Dooars is aromatic with a slightly spicy character and with light brown brew.
Significant tea plantations in the southwest of India. In the Nilgiri Hills and Travancore. This tea grows from 200 to over 2500 meters in height. South Indian tea's flavor and color to the lively Ceylon tea similar