If you’re looking to get away from it all, but can't just grab your suitcase and take off, how about an escape through a cup or two of some of the best black tea on the planet. Take a voyage via your tea cup to Keyhung estate. Located on the southern bank of the Brahmaputra River, Keyhung is one of the more remote outposts of Assam. Among the many thousands of Assamese estates, Keyhung stands out as one of the best year after year. As mentioned off the top, Keyhung is widely regarded as some of Assam’s finest tea. When you brew a pot of Keyhung you can expect the characteristic Assam malt balanced by sweet creamy undertones - excellent tea from an excellent estate. This tea is strong, full bodied with excellent maltiness and rich color. A good self-drinker in the early morning for a pick-me-up, but also excellent anytime of day (also fabulous iced). ETP certified. The Ethical Tea Partnership is a tea industry initiative that audits living and working conditions on tea estates around the world.
Ingredients: BOP (Broken Orange Pekoe) CTC (Cut, Torn and Curled)
Steeping Instructions: use one teaspoon of leaves for every 8 fl oz 212°F/100°C water; steep for 3-7 minutes.
Suggestion(s): Milk and sugar complement this tea well.
Per 2 oz tea, you get approximately 20 cups of tea. Contains caffeine.