Different Types Of Tea In India

19/JULY /2023

Assam Black Tea 

Rich and malty, this tea from Assam, India's largest  tea-growing region, is perfect for a strong and robust morning brew.

Darjeeling  White Tea 

Delicate and floral, this white tea from Darjeeling offers a subtle flavor and a refreshing experience.

Nilgiri Green Tea 

Grown in the Nilgiri Hills, this green tea has a smooth and mellow taste with hints of fruitiness.

Kashmiri Kahwa 

Traditional tea from Kashmir, it blends green tea with cardamom, and almonds for a warm and aromatic infusion.

Masala Tea 

A popular spiced tea, masala chai combines black tea with a blend of spices like cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, and cloves.

Munnar Oolong 

From the hills of Munnar, this semi-fermented tea offers a unique flavor profile with notes of honey and orchid.

Sikkim Temi 

Grown in the Himalayan state of Sikkim, this tea has a distinct muscatel flavor and a sweet aroma.

Assam CTC 

Crush, Tear, and Curl (CTC) method creates small pellets of black tea with a strong and full-bodied flavor.