Assam Thowra TGFOP Black Tea (No.36)


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  • Assam Thowra TGFOP
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Assam Thowra TGFOP Explained

Assam Thowra TGFOP is single estate black tea from the Thowra Tea Estate in Assam.

Our Assam Thowra is a second flush black tea and graded TGFOP (Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe).

Assam Thowra presents leaves with lots of golden tips and a deep copper coloured cup.

In terms of taste, expect a strong, richly spicy and distinctive malty flavour.

Assam Thowra is a wonderful black tea for the morning which can also be paired with rock sugar.

Perfect with or without milk.  

Did you know? The Thowra Tea Estate is part of the Ethical Trade Partnership and is HACCP certified.

Brewing Guide

Origin: India

Leaf: Black Tea

Teaspoon: 1 Per Cup

Brew: 3-5 Mins

Temperature: 100°c


100% Assam Black Tea (no additional ingredients)

YAY! This item is suitable for Vegans

Warning: packed in an environment which contains nuts.

Discover Assam Tea

Assam tea comes from the Camellia Sinensis var. Assamica tea plant and is produced in the region of Assam, India.

The tea plantations of Assam were introduced by the British during the colonial period.

Assam tea is cultivated at or near sea level as it lies along the Brahmaputra river which stretches from the Himalayas through to the Bay of Bengal.

The soil in the region of Assam is rich and fertile and benefits from a hot monsoon season.

Assam tea is more oxidised than green or white teas; which results in Assam’s classic, dark leaf appearance.

The growing conditions combined with the oxidisation process results in Assam’s full-bodied, malty flavour as well as its strong and brisk taste.

Assam tea is available as a loose leaf tea or in pyramid tea bags and can be enjoyed in the form of a pure single estate tea or as an Assam blend.

Learn more about Assam Tea in our tea blog