Assam Breakfast Black Tea: Your Everyday Energy Booster

July 10, 2019 2 min read

Assam Breakfast Black Tea: Your Everyday Energy Booster

The beautiful state of Assam in India is famous for many things - smooth silk, its breathtaking landscape, the natural wildlife, and many, many other attractions. But there is one thing, in particular, that sets it apart from any other place in the world - its tea gardens.

Assam is the largest tea-growing region in the world and accounts for more than half of tea production in India, which is only second to China in the world. Great, isn’t it?

And the tea produced in Assam is exquisite. Known for its strong and robust flavor, Assam black tea is unlike any other tea you will ever have. One of the first black teas to have been cultivated, Assam black tea, has a rich body and a robust character. Its distinctly strong yet uniquely subtle flavor has allowed it to revolutionize tea-drinking habits around the world. With a legacy of tea plantations lasting over centuries, Assam black tea remains unique to its very nature.

Pride of India’s classic Assam Breakfast Black Tea possess a brisk, malty, and bright color, and infers a rich taste and energy-boosting qualities. Though traditionally consumed as a breakfast tea due to its medium-high caffeine content that helps to awaken the senses and improve mental clarity, it can even be consumed in the afternoon to give you that extra boost to go on for the day. It is a rapid energizer served in a cup.

So go on now and try this tea, and we promise that you will fall in love with the spectacular landscape that Assam is.

Brewing Directions

Assam Breakfast Black Full Leaf Tea

Stovetop method

  • Place 2 cups of water in a cooking pot, and bring it to a low boil.
  • Add 2 teaspoon of tea leaves, and let the water simmer for 4-5 minutes for optimal flavor and strength.
  • Strain the leaves.

Teapot method

  • Add water into a tea kettle and bring to a rolling boil.
  • Add 1 teaspoon of tea leaves for every 1 cup of water in a teapot.
  • Pour boiling water from the kettle into the teapot, and let the tea leaves steep for 4-5 minutes to get optimal flavor and strength
  • Strain the leaves.

Assam Breakfast Black Tea Bags

Stovetop method

  • Bring water to a rolling boil and add into a cup.
  • Add 1 tea bag for every 1 cup of hot water.
  • Let the tea leaves steep for 4-5 minutes to get optimal flavor and strength.
  • Remove the tea bag.

Teapot method

  • Add water into a tea kettle and bring to a rolling boil. 
  • Add 2-3 tea bags per 0.75 liter (24oz) of hot water.
  • Pour boiling water from the kettle into the teapot, and let the tea bags steep for 4-5 minutes to get optimal flavor and strength.

Add sweetener as per your desire, and enjoy your daily cuppa.

ProTip: We recommend using our Tempered Glassor Metallic Glass Teapotsthat are especially designed to maintain the teas’ flavors at their peak.

Sip it hot, and get energized!


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