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Assam Tea

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Discover 1358 products from Assam Tea manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and dealers across India. Assam Tea product price in India ranges from 115 to 450 INR and minimum order requirements from 1 to 700. Whether you're looking for Top Tee Economy Tea, Wagh Bakri Tea, Assam Tea Powder etc, you can explore and find the best products from Tradeindia. We offer a wide range of Assam Tea selections in various locations including Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Jaipur, Bengaluru and many more.
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Black Assam Loose Ctc Tea

Black Assam Loose Ctc Tea

Price: 170 INR (Approx.)

MOQ- 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

5 Years

Surajmukhi Tea Pvt. Ltd.

Siliguri

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Dried Top Tee Economy Tea

MOQ - 700 Kilograms/Kilograms

Physical Form - Dried

3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

THE ANANDA-BAG TEA CO. LTD.

Kolkata

Wagh Bakri Tea

MOQ - 500 Pack/Packs

11 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

K J ENTERPRISES

Ahmedabad

Assam Tea Powder

Price: 150.00 - 180.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Ton/Tons,

4 Years

Business Type: Trading Company

HARSIDDHI TRADE LINK

Amravati

Premium Assam Tea

Price: 200.00 - 240.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

M/S INDIA AGRIMART

Golaghat

Fresh 100% Naural And Pure Organic Black Assam Tea

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

Type - Black Tea

Variety - Plain

Physical Form - Dried

2 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Trading Company

MAA SHAARDA ENTERPRISES

Patna

Assam Tea Antioxidants

Price: 170 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

Extract Type - Solvent Extraction

Sugar Content - No Sugar

Health Benefits - Antioxidants

2 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

YEDHANT INTERNATIONAL

Panchkula

1 Kg Suraj Royal Quality Tea Caffeine (%): 60A 112 Milligram (Mg)

Price: 240 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 250 KG Kilograms/Kilograms

Type - CTC Tea

Variety - Plain

Physical Form - Dried

6 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

RATNARAJ FOODS

Ahmedabad

Psi Tea (Awaken Nature)

MOQ - 1 Kilograms/Kilograms

5 Years

Business Type: Exporter

YESONBIZ

Seoul

Brown Assam Tea Leaves

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

Type - Black Tea

Variety - Plain

Physical Form - Dried

2 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

AROMAVALLEY TRADE PRIVATE LIMITED

Vadodara

Fresh Riddhi Tea

Price: 250 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

Variety - Plain

Physical Form - Fresh

Extract Type - Other

11 Years

Business Type: Supplier | Exporter

GOENKA BROTHERS

Kolkata

Reduce Health Problems Brown Assam Leaf Tea Powder

MOQ - 20 Metric Ton

Type - Loose Tea

Variety - Plain

Physical Form - Fresh

2 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Trading Company

Globle Passage Exports

Howrah

Plain Assam Ctc Strong Tea Grade: A-Grade

Price: 450 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

Variety - Plain

Physical Form - Dried

Feature - Health Tea

4 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Trading Company

R.S. BAJAJ TEA COMPANY

Jaipur

Elaichi Tea Grade: A

Price: 115 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

Physical Form - Fresh

Extract Type - Solvent Extraction

Health Benefits - Antioxidants

3 Years

Business Type: Trading Company

SHIVAM TRADERS

Chhapra

Black Premium Quality Blended Assam Tea (Htl/15)

Price: 181.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 3 Kilograms/Kilograms, Kilograms/Kilograms, Kilograms/Kilograms

Color - Black

Type - Black Tea

Variety - Plain

3 Years

Response Rate: 89.58%

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

HANKOW TEAS OF LONDON

Kolkata

Black Assam Loose Ctc Tea

Price: 170 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

Type - Loose Tea

Variety - Plain

Extract Type - Other

5 Years

Response Rate: 96.03%

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

SURAJMUKHI TEA PVT. LTD.

Siliguri

Inorganic 3In1 Premix Kashmiri Kahwa Tea

Price: 230 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Kilograms/Kilograms

Product Type - Other

Cultivation Type - Inorganic

Taste - Smooth

8 Years

Response Rate: 97.67%

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

SLN COFFEE PVT. LTD.

Kushalnagar

All Types Indian Tea

MOQ - 10 Ton/Tons

Type - all types

Variety - all variety

12 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

VIRENDRA HARIBHAI PANSARA

Rajkot

Rich In Taste Assam Premium Tea

Price: 60 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 200 Box/Boxes

Type - Black Tea

Variety - Plain

Physical Form - Powder

5 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer

SHRI ZELCO FOODS PRIVATE LIMITED

Karnal

Assam CTC Tea

4 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

RIS INTERNATIONAL

Pune

Assam Dried Tea Leaves Moisture (%): Nil

Price: 300 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 20 Kilograms/Kilograms

Physical Form - Dried

Sugar Content - No Sugar

Weight - As per requirement Kilograms (kg)

1 Years

Business Type: Trading Company

ADITYA TRADING COMPANY

Howrah

100% Natural Assam Tea

5 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

PALAK TEA CO

Siliguri

Green Fresh Darjeeling Tea

Price: 1156.00 - 1196.00 USD ($) (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Ton/Tons

Type - Other, Darjeeling Tea

Physical Form - Dried

Style - Bagged Tea

3 Years

Business Type: Exporter | Trading Company

OM EXIM

Kheda

Rich Taste Nice Fragrance Natural Ctc Tea Caffeine (%): 3 Grams (G)

Price: 2535 - 10000 USD ($) (Approx.)

MOQ - 5 MT Metric Ton

Type - Black Tea

Variety - Plain

Physical Form - Dried

Business Type: Exporter | Trading Company

ROYALLEAF EXPORTS PRIVATE LIMITED

Cooch Behar

Ctc Tea Grade: Standard

Price: 120 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 25 Kilograms/Kilograms

Type - CTC Tea

Physical Form - Fresh

Style - Loose Tea

2 Years

Business Type: Trading Company

M/S AMALA ENTERPRISE

Kokrajhar

Natural Tea

Price: 190.00 - 210.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Ton/Tons

5 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

MADHUVAN MARINE

Bhavnagar

Black Loose Tea

Type - Loose Tea

Variety - Plain

Physical Form - Dried

5 Years

Business Type: Exporter | Trading Company

SUN ENTERPRISE

Sibsagar

Darjeeling Tea Happiness Box

3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

KESARI TEXOFAB

Ahmedabad

Assam Leaf Tea Antioxidants

Price: 350 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

Type - Herbal Tea

Variety - Plain

Physical Form - Fresh

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

Trinabh Foods Private Limited

Kolkata

Assam Tea Overview
 

Camellia sinensis var. assamica, a kind of black tea, is used to make Assam tea. It is customarily cultivated in the state of Assam, which is located in northeastern India and is one of the most important tea-producing areas on the planet. Assam tea is often advertised and consumed as a morning tea due to the naturally high amount of caffeine that it contains. Assam, or a mix that contains it, is a staple ingredient in a number of Irish and English morning teas. The taste of Assam tea is often characterised as being malty, and its scent as being rich and savoury. These distinctive qualities are often credited to the one-of-a-kind manufacturing procedure that was used to produce the tea. After the fresh Assam tea leaves have been picked and allowed to wither, they are put through an oxidation process, also known as fermentation, in which they are subjected to oxygen in an atmosphere with a temperature that is kept at a consistent level for a certain amount of time. This technique induces chemical changes inside the leaves, which leads to the distinctive tastes, colours, and plant chemicals that are typical of Assam tea.


History of Assam Tea
 

Approximately 172 years have passed since the beginning of the tea business in Assam. It is a highly valued contributor to the economy of the country and has a very significant position there. Robert Bruce made the discovery in 1823 that tea plants were naturally occurring in the upper Brahmaputra Valley. In the district that was once known as Lakhimpur, the government established a tea garden in the year 1833. The business sector of London's financial district became interested in Assam's tea plantations after the shipment of high-quality tea from this garden arrived in the city in 1938, leading to the establishment of the Assam Company in 1839 to assume control of the East India Company's experimental holdings in the region's tea gardens. This was the first corporation in India to engage in the commercial production of tea, and in actuality, it was the East India Company's immediate successor.

The planters in Assam have had a hard time finding enough workers to tend their tea fields since the inception of the industry. Early efforts to use Chinese immigrant labour were a total failure owing to the high costs of initial investment, ongoing support, and management. There was an insufficient supply of labourers from the local community. In addition to that, there was the possibility that they might give up. Because of this, it became essential to bring in a huge number of labourers from other regions of India in order for the tea plantations in Assam to be able to keep up with their development. There has been a consistent influx of labourers from other countries, and as a consequence, there are currently a significant number of immigrant labourers working in tea gardens throughout the state's tea-producing districts. Assam Tea has established a name for itself on the global stage and now holds a sizeable portion of the global tea market. The overall amount of land used for growing tea in Assam accounts for more than half of the total area used for growing tea throughout the whole nation. Greater than half of India's total tea is produced in only the state of Assam. Tea output in Assam is expected to range between 630 and 700 million kg on a yearly average basis.


Production of Assam Tea
 

In Assam, the tea plant is produced in the lowlands, in contrast to Darjeeling and Nilgiri teas, which are grown in the higher altitudes of the region. It is grown in the floodplain valley of the Brahmaputra River, which has clay-based soil and is abundant in the nutrients that come from floodwaters. The environment changes between a dry, chilly winter and a warm, humid rainy season, which produces circumstances that are suitable for the cultivation of tea. Assam is among the most productive locations in the world when it comes to the production of tea since it has a longer growing season and receives an abundance of rainfall. A total of around 680.5 million kilogrammes of tea is harvested from Assam's tea plantations each and every year.

In general, Assam tea is harvested twice, first during the "first flush" and again during the "second flush." Late in the month of March is when the first flush is harvested. The "tippy tea," which is collected later and is considered to be of higher quality, gets its name from the golden tips that develops on the leaves of the second flush. This second flush, tippy tea is regarded as better than the first flush tea since it is thought to be sweeter, more flavorful, and have a fuller body. When compared to Chinese tea plant leaves, Assam tea bush leaves are comparably broad, glossy, and dark green. The shrub has exquisite, white flowers on its branches.


Benefits of Assam Tea
 

According to research, the abundant amount of plant chemicals found in Assam tea may improve health in a variety of ways, including the following:

  • 1. Contains a lot of antioxidants: Black teas such as Assam include a number of different plant components, some of which are called theaflavins, thearubigins, and catechins. These plant compounds act as antioxidants in your body and may play a part in the disease prevention process. The term "free radical" refers to the highly reactive molecules that are naturally produced by your body. If there are too many of them, they may cause harm to your tissues and lead to illness as well as a sped-up ageing process. Free radicals may have a damaging impact on cells, but the antioxidants in black tea may be able to counteract this effect and protect cells from harm while also lowering inflammation. Numerous authorities are of the opinion that these chemicals are responsible for the health benefits associated with black tea.

  • 2. May be beneficial to the heart's health: There is evidence from research conducted on animals to show that the polyphenolic chemicals found in black tea may assist in lowering cholesterol levels and preventing the formation of plaque in blood vessels. However, outcomes from research on humans aren't always reliable. Several demonstrate that there is no relationship between the daily use of three to six cups (710–1,420 ml) of black tea and the risk of developing heart disease, while others reveal a high link between the two variables. In the end, there is a need for more study to understand how dark teas like Assam impact the health of the heart.

  • 3. May support immunological function: Initial studies indicate that the polyphenolic chemicals found in black tea may work as prebiotics in the digestive system. [Citation needed] [Citation needed] Prebiotics are substances that may be found in a variety of meals and are known to encourage the development and maintenance of beneficial bacteria in the gut. Because they engage in combat against pathogenic bacteria that have the potential to make you ill, a robust population of beneficial gut bacteria is one of the most important components of a well-functioning immune system. Having said that, there is not enough data to support a connection between black tea and immune function. There is a need for more investigation.

  • 4. Possible cancer-fighting properties: Several studies, both in test tubes and on animals, have shown that several chemicals found in black tea have the potential to suppress the development and spread of cancer cells. In addition, a limited amount of studies conducted on people have shown links between drinking black tea and a lower risk of various malignancies, such as lung and skin cancer. Despite the fact that these findings are encouraging, more extensive and thorough research on humans is required to evaluate whether or not black tea may be utilised for the treatment or prevention of cancer.

  • 5. Possible means of improving brain health: Initial investigations point to the possibility that some components of black tea, such as theaflavins, might be employed either as a cure for degenerative brain diseases or as a preventive therapy for these conditions. In a recent experiment conducted in test tubes, it was shown that specific molecules found in black tea were able to stop the activity of enzymes that are responsible for the advancement of Alzheimer's disease. Despite its positive findings, this research is one of the very few others of its sort. There is a need for more studies to better understand the impact that black tea plays on promoting healthy brain function.


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HANKOW TEAS OF LONDON

Member Since - 3 years

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Sreedarshini Mitra

Kolkata, West Bengal

Assam Tea Manufacturers | Suppliers in India

Company Name Location Member Since
Virendra Haribhai PansaraRajkot, India12 Years
K J EnterprisesAhmedabad, India11 Years
Goenka BrothersKolkata, India11 Years
Sln Coffee Pvt. Ltd.Kushalnagar, India8 Years
Ratnaraj FoodsAhmedabad, India6 Years
YesonbizSeoul, Korea South5 Years
Surajmukhi Tea Pvt. Ltd.Siliguri, India5 Years
Shri Zelco Foods Private LimitedKarnal, India5 Years
Palak Tea CoSiliguri, India5 Years
Madhuvan MarineBhavnagar, India5 Years

FAQs Related to Assam Tea

Assam tea is a well-known kind of black tea that gets its name from the state of Assam in India, where it is cultivated. This tasty tea has a high concentration of plant chemicals, which may improve the health of the heart and brain in addition to the immune system. Having said that, the amount of caffeine it contains may not be suitable for everyone.
Assam is often regarded as the location that produces the highest quality black tea in the world. In order to get the most robust flavour, the world's most popular black tea blends, such as the English Breakfast Black Tea and the Earl Grey Black Tea, both use a significant amount of Assam Black Tea.
Yes, it indeed is very healthy. Scroll up to read about the benefits of Assam tea to learn why it’s healthy.
Because of the twice-yearly harvesting of the leaves, Assam blends include both first-flush and second-flush varieties of tea. The Assam tea produced during the second flush is of the highest quality, whereas the first flush is known for its floral aroma.
This tea is loaded with antioxidants and comes with several health benefits like improve in blood circulation and decrease in heart strokes.
Yes, we can add milk as addition of milk in a strong tea of Assam, tempers the powerful flavor
Being grown near or at the sea level, this tea is widely known for bright color, malty flavor and briskness.

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