Sessa Estate is in the Darrang District and was first planted in 1897. A very smooth strong, full-bodied tea. Rich and malty with a sweet flowery bouquet. Similar in strength to the classic English Breakfast teas. Grown in the alluvial soils on the banks of the Brahmaputra River.

Assam is the single largest tea-growing region in the world. It is a rainy tropical plain adjacent to Bangladesh and Myanmar. This was the first major cultivation of tea in India.

Type: Tea

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