Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Assam Tea Dufflaghur BOP is a rare Black Loose Tea considered a Gunpowder Tea. This is where workers roll the young leaves into small, compressed balls, thereby providing a deep, distinctly “Assamese” character when brewed.
Expect sweet and malty notes with every sip. Best of all, we pack it fresh to order here at our Kent-based factory, ensuring quality and consistency.
About Dufflaghur Tea Estate in Assam
This renowned Tea Estate was established in 1917, located on the north bank of the Brahmaputra River in central Assam, India. It has become known for creating both CTC and Orthodox Tea.
Some 2,500 people - men and women - work the 691.18 hectares of Tea-growing land. Once the leaves arrive at the local factory, they are processed to create our Assam Tea Dufflaghur BOP.
Caffeine Levels in Assam Dufflaghur Tea
Do you want your morning cuppa to get you out of bed to start the day the right way? We all do! Which is why you’ll probably be pleased to know that Assam Dufflaghur Tea, like all types of Black Tea, contains a considerable amount of caffeine.
Specifically, it boasts 45-mg per 8-oz serving. All that’s left, it would seem, is for you to buy from The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company.
How to Make Assam Tea Dufflaghur BOP
1. Put Black Tea leaves into a Tea Infuser or Filter.
2. Place the Tea-filled accessory in a cup or mug.
3. Boil water to 100°C and pour it over the leaves.
4. Allow it to steep for 3-5 minutes for the best flavour.
How to Serve: Milk, sugar, honey or lemon - the choice is yours. Alternatively, serve black.
Tasting Notes: Imparts a malty sweetness from start to finish.
Health Benefits of Dufflaghur Assam Tea
Scientists and medical experts have studied the reported healing properties of Black Tea for several decades. The conclusions they’ve drawn are resoundingly positive.
It turns out that Dufflaghur Assam Tea has a wealth of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants capable of improving life in small yet significant ways. Notably, their work combating free radicals reduces the risk of developing numerous conditions.
And there’s more. Much more. A 2014 Korean study published in the Journal of Toxicological Research, for example, found that it has anti-ageing properties that inhibit wrinkle formation.
A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, meanwhile, discovered that frequent consumption helps prevent mild cognitive decline in people aged fifty-five or over.
And if that wasn’t enough, preliminary research suggests that it reduces the prevalence of Helicobacter pylori in the digestive tract. This pathogen has a close association with gastritis, a condition where the lining of the stomach becomes inflamed after experiencing damage.
Finally, its anti-inflammatory properties appear to treat indigestion, nausea and bloating. It’s a win on all fronts.