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Assam tea is black tea from the Assam region of India. This tea is widely available and popular for its rich taste and energy-boosting qualities.
What Is Assam Tea?
Assam tea is a black tea made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. Black teas are more heavily oxidized than other types of tea, like green tea or white tea. Oxidationis a chemical process that creates darker leaves and a more intense flavor. Assam tea is known for its full-bodied malty flavor, deep aroma, rich color, and brisk taste.
Assam tea gets its name from the Assam region in India, where it is grown. Assam lies along the Brahmaputra River—an area called the Brahmaputra Valley in northeast India, bordering Bangladesh and Myanmar. Assam is the largest tea growing region in the world. The tea here is grown at sea level, in a warm, wet climate. The weather conditions and terrain contribute to the distinct malty flavor of Assam tea.
Assam tea is also known as Assam black tea, breakfast tea, English breakfast tea or Irish breakfast tea. The breakfast tea you see at your local tea shop or at the grocery store may be pure Assam tea or a blend of different tea leaves including Assam.
Assam Tea Health Benefits
One of the most likely Assam tea benefits that you'll experience is a boost in energy and an increase in mental alertness from the caffeine. Many tea drinkers especially enjoy this benefit in the morning.
In addition, black tea contains polyphenols including catechins, flavonoids, and tannins. Polyphenols are plant-based chemicals that may provide health benefits. Researchers have linked consumption of flavonoids to important health outcomes, but scientists advise that more research is needed to say for certain if black tea can significantly boost your health.
Most experts recommend that if you want to take full advantages of any black tea health benefits, use loose leaves (rather than a tea bag) and don't add milk or sugar.
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