In the ever-evolving world of tea connoisseurship, we are happy to introduce our latest range of conscious products – a trio of Assam Black Teas, each boasting a unique flavour profile, health benefits, and the hallmark of organic purity.
Beyond their exquisite flavour, our Organic India’s Black Teas range comprising Assam Black Tea, Masala Black Tea and Elaichi Black Tea are powerhouses of natural antioxidants.
A celebration of the majestic tea and spice gardens of India, only the finest tea leaves, herbs, and botanicals are carefully handpicked to ensure a truly exceptional tea-drinking experience.
Crafted by experts and individually wrapped to ensure peak flavour, nutrition, and aroma, you can enjoy our teas anytime and everywhere you go!
Our Black Tea bouquet joins our growing selection of certified organic teas, including Tulsi Green Teas, Green Teas and whole herb infusions, all curated to promote healthy and conscious living.
Given the abundance of choices, many people frequently find themselves navigating the nuances between green and black teas.
Hence before we delve any further, let's understand the difference between Black Tea and Green Tea
What is the difference between Black Tea and Green Tea?
While both Black tea and Green tea are derived from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, they undergo different processing methods, leading to distinct flavours, appearances, and nutritional profiles.
Green Tea undergoes minimal oxidation wherein the leaves are quickly heated or steamed to halt oxidation, preserving the natural green colour and resulting in a more delicate and grassy flavour.
Black Tea leaves undergo full oxidation, a process where they are exposed to air for an extended period. This oxidation process gives black tea its characteristic dark colour and bold, robust flavour.
Hence Black teas are known for their strong, rich flavour with malty, sweet, and sometimes fruity notes. They can also have a slightly more astringent flavour and have more caffeine and tannins than Green Tea.
Paired with different herbs and spices, Black Teas offer an intriguing selection of flavour profiles and aromas for a satisfying tea experience.
Our Organic India Black Tea Range includes:
- Organic India Assam Black Tea
A tea lover's dream tailored for those who savour the bold essence of a robust brew, perfectly balanced with a splash of milk. This amber-hued elixir emanates a full-bodied, malty profile with honeyed accents, creating a rich complexity that distinguishes it from other blends. Sourced from organic tea gardens in Assam, it stands as a popular breakfast tea, offering a refreshing pick-me-up at any time of the day.
- Organic India Masala Black Tea
Bold, rich, and earthy, the Organic India Masala Black Tea marries the robust Assam black tea with a harmonious infusion of fragrant spices like ginger, cardamom, nutmeg, cinnamon, pepper, and clove. This symphony of tantalising spices, paired with the velvety smoothness of the tea, creates a blend that delights the palate and nurtures the body. This traditional concoction, celebrated for centuries in India, is a perfect companion to ward off fatigue, combat seasonal infections, and boost overall vitality.
- Organic India Elaichi Black Tea
This tea is a harmonious blend, bringing two flavour stalwarts together: the robust character of Assam Tea married with the warm spicy undertones of exotic Elaichi (Cardamom). Sourced from spice plantations in India, Elaichi infuses the strong Assam brew with warmth and sophistication, creating a lasting sense of tranquillity that extends well beyond the final sip.
Black teas not only offer a robust and flavourful experience but also come with a range of health benefits. Here are some key benefits of black tea, backed by relevant studies:
- Naturally Rich in Antioxidants:
Black tea is rich in polyphenols including catechins, thearubigin and theaflavins, which act as antioxidants, helping to neutralize harmful free radicals and fight oxidative stress in the body. Oxidative stress is a leading cause of inflammation and ageing in the body. Including a cup of black tea in your daily schedule can help lower inflammation levels in the body to keep you active, alert and healthy.
2. Promotes Cognitive Health
Black Tea contains L-theanine and caffeine both of which help to enhance mental focus and executive function. L-theanine is an amino acid that helps to naturally boost cognitive function and also improves sleep quality by influencing dopamine and serotonin levels. Caffeine acts as a stimulant to boost activity in your brain and nervous system to keep you feeling refreshed and awake. Also, compared to coffee, Black Tea provides a moderate amount of caffeine that promotes wakefulness without causing jitters or disturbing sleep.
- Protects Oral Health:
Black tea contains compounds that may help combat oral bacteria, reducing the risk of cavities and promoting better oral health.
- Supports Digestion & Immunity
Rich in polyphenols, Black Tea helps to promote a healthy balance in the gut microbiome, thereby aiding digestion and promoting better immunity.
The Organic India Advantage:
What sets these Organic India Black teas apart is not just their exceptional flavour profiles and health benefits but also their commitment to organic integrity. Meticulously sourced from organic tea gardens across India, Organic India Blac Teas are free from pesticides, artificial flavours, colours, GMOs, and fillers. The result is a collection of teas that not only tantalize your taste buds but also align with the principles of a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle.
Whether you're drawn to the robust simplicity of Assam Black Tea, the spicy allure of Masala Black Tea, or the exotic charm of Elaichi Black Tea, these teas promise to delight your senses, nourish your body, and leave you with a newfound appreciation for the artistry of organic tea cultivation.