Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Assam Hattiallia Tea GFBOP (Golden Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe) is a Black Tea from the Hattiallia Tea Estate. The grade is rare compared to the likes of FOP and BOP, and is indeed a mix between the two.
This means that, when brewed, it is full-bodied but not overpowering; classically malty but not at the cost of subtler tasting notes. It is, in other words, well-balanced from start to finish.
Caffeine is another noteworthy aspect to our Assam Hattiallia Tea GFBOP, of which it contains approximately 45-mg per 8-oz cup.
It also, according to the latest scientific research, offers health benefits, including improved heart health and reduced diabetes risks. Perhaps most essential, however, is the fact that we pack it fresh to order here at our Kent-based factory.
Hattialli Tea Estate
The name of this garden translates literally to “the elephant is coming,” referring to the abundance of elephants wandering around the area. A total of 201 hectares of Hattialli is currently under Tea cultivation.
It has won numerous awards for its harvest, notably for the Assam Tea GFBOP it produces. You can find out why when you buy our Assam Hattiallia Tea GFBOP today.
It’s worth noting, too, before you start brewing, that the management at this estate look after their staff and respective families well.
Hattialli has established two primary schools, two recreation clubs, five worship centres and even a hospital to ensure the welfare of everyone working in its boundaries. Choosing this Loose Tea, then, is undoubtedly an ethical choice.
How to Brew Assam Hattiallia Tea GFBOP
1, Buy a Tea Filter or Tea Infuser and fill it with Assam Tea GFBOP.
2, Position the Tea-filled accessory in your cup.
3, Begin brewing by pouring in freshly boiled water.
4, Allow it to steep for 3-5 minutes.
How to Serve: Milk, sugar, honey or lemon - the choice is yours. Alternatively, serve black.
Benefits of Assam Hattiallia Tea GFBOP
Did you know that your morning cuppa can support the immune system? This is for many reasons. First, it contains alkylamine and tannins, the latter of which might fight viruses such as influenza.
Then there are its antibacterial properties, which, as the name suggests, combat bacteria. Furthermore, Black Tea polyphenols do much to ward off common colds.
One study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences can support these claims. It found that it boosted the body’s defences against infection while priming the immune system to attack invading bacteria, viruses and fungi.
Then, of course, there’s the fact that anyone and everyone tends to feel better after brewing up a nice, hot brew!
- TypeBlack Tea
- Health PointsAnti Oxidants
- Caffeine LevelMedium
- OptionsLoose Tea
- Time of DayBreakfast