It's a single estate, which means all the ingredients used to make the tea are from the same plantation, which is called Bogapani!
What it is?
It is extremely rich, luxurious and malty which works perfectly with the cinnamon, spices and orange.
Why we love it
The tea bushes on the Bogapani plantation are well established, and so the harvest is consistent year-round. More established plants also produce better tea leaves and this Assam is no exception.
Where it’s from
Assam, a state in Northeast India, is well known for its tea production along with its rich culture and vibrant environment. For example, tea is so important to this culture that they even have their own festival to celebrate it, called the Assam Tea Festival, held in November.
How our drink hits the senses
Most of Assam focuses on mass-produced tea, but this Bogapani is reserved for the luxury end of the market. In appearance, the tea is a light brown cup, which will work well with milk and even a touch of honey!
The taste journey
Bogapani is rich and malty, whilst the added cinnamon and orange peel give it a sweet aftertaste; making it perfect for a winters day to get you in the mood for Christmas. The tea is from the higher quality June harvest and utilises the fresher, fine-needle leaves.
| Bogapani, Assam
130m above sea level
Orthodox (Leaf grade TGFOP1)
840 Ha, 1895 Workforce
1 tsp // 100°C // 1-3 mins
Bogapani Black Tea, Cinnamon, Ginger, Citrus Peel, Black Pepper, Natural Flavour, Rose Petals, Cardamom Seeds and Cloves.
Store in a cool, dry place