Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Assam Tea Koomsong TGFOP comes from the Koomsong Tea Estate. Its thriving gardens produce what we believe to be some of the best Teas of India. There is, of course, only one way to find out. Why not try our Assam Tea Koomsong TGFOP for yourself?
This beverage has a strong, full taste with subtle yet scrumptious spicy notes. Furthermore, it can offer the avid consumer outstanding Black Tea benefits. These benefits include improved cardiovascular health, enhanced cognitive function and reduced diabetes risks.
What Does "TGFOP" Stand For?
This Tea is a "Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe". This term refers to Teas that have a high content of golden tips.
"Flowery Orange Pekoe", in particular, denotes Tea made from the top bud and the first two leaves of each new shoot.
The Koomsong Tea Estate
This estate boasts 660 hectares of Tea-growing land. The Doom Dooma river runs through its garden, helping to maintain the fertility of the soil. The local climatic conditions likewise assist in ensuring the quality of Assam Tea Koomsong TGFOP.
Assam from India
Assam is a state located in northeast India. Its history with Tea began in 1823, a relatively recent occurrence when compared to the 5,000-year-old history of Chinese Tea!
A Scottish explorer and merchant named Robert Bruce discovered Indian Tea in Rangpur (present-day Sivasagar). He eventually passed the leaves on to his brother, Charles Alexander Bruce, who studied them at the Calcutta Botanical Gardens. It ultimately gave rise to an Indian Tea Industry.
Type of Tea: Black Tea.
Origin: The Koomsong Tea Estate, Assam, India.
Brewing Instructions: Brew using freshly boiled water. Infuse for 3 to 5 minutes.
How to Serve: Milk, sugar, honey or lemon - the choice is yours! Alternatively, serve black.
Tasting Notes: This beverage boasts malty overtones and spicy undertones.
Colour in Cup: Coppery liquor, light in tone.
Health Benefits of this Loose Leaf Tea
Did you know that Black Tea can improve oral health? The answers come from a collaborative study conducted in conjunction with the College of Dentistry at the University of Iowa and the Institute of Odontology at Göteborg University in Sweden.
Participants in the US division used Black Tea to rinse their mouth with for 30 seconds, five times, waiting three minutes between each rinse to simulate the effect of sipping Tea. Meanwhile, the Swedish division saw participants rinse their mouth with Black Tea for one minute, ten times a day. Both co-operating studies noted that the more participants rinsed, the more their plaque and bacteria levels fell.
This is because of the polyphenolic compounds present in all types of Black Tea. These antioxidants can kill or suppress cavity-causing bacteria from either growing or producing acid. Furthermore, the Tea also affects the bacterial enzymes while preventing them from forming the sticky-like material that binds plaque to teeth.
Health PointsHydration, Refreshing, Relaxing
Time of DayBreakfast, Afternoon, Evening