This special selection of Getmytea Assam Orthodox leaf tea has long twisted leaves packed with strength and flavor. The brew is bright and highly aromatic and you may add a dash of milk if you wish. Assam leaf tea is meant for connoisseurs who relish tea with both strength and aroma.
A roller machine for twisting fresh tea leaves
Why is this tea also called Orthodox
As the name suggests, orthodox is the old way of manufacturing tea. In this process the leaves are rolled, fermented and dried, thereby retaining their character and aroma.
What makes this Assam Orthodox Tea so Special
On both sides of the Brahmaputra river in the North East of India lie the rolling plains of the world’s largest tea growing area – Assam, the birth place of Indian tea. Getmytea Orthodox tea is procured from Assam and produces high quality liquor with a medium body and strength while retaining its flavour. It is carefully selected from our estate and packed specially for you to enjoy an authentic cup of single estate Assam Orthodox Tea.
The meaning of “Getmytea Single Estate”
The word “Single Estate” means that this selection of Getmytea is plucked and manufactured in one tea estate and does not contain any blends of chemical-full or adulterated cheaper teas.
The process at Getmytea
The Getmytea family has its roots in the tea industry since 1958, when our senior most tea planter imparted immense knowledge of production to us, his family that formed Pekoe Tips Tea in 1991, the owners of our brand Getmytea.
All teas selected at our state of the art production and packing unit in New Delhi are tasted by him before being passed for their final packing. Our partner tea estates in Darjeeling, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, the Nilgiris and the Kangra valley have been producing batches of tea only for Getmytea thereby maintaining high standards of quality tea and packing. Getmytea range of teas is available online on various platforms, is sold at select retail stores in India and is exported overseas. Our teas make perfect wedding, festive and corporate gifts and are also consumed by various institutions all over the world.