“India’s Assam region is steeped in history. When the British East India Company where trying to smuggle tea seeds from China by chance the Tea plant was found to be growing wild in the forests of Assam. Camelia Sinesis Assamica is the variety of bush that was found to be growing and that now populates many parts of the world including Sri Lanka.
Halmari estate is located in the upper Assam above the Brahmaputra river. This specific agro climate combined with creating an orthodox tea from the P126A clone produces a bright and bold tea that is full of quality and aroma. The cup creams down when left to sit and leaves the pallet with a wonderful chocolate marshmellow taste. “