Assam Gold, Sustainably Sourced Loose Black Tea

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Excellent golden tipped black tea from the state of Assam in Northeast India. Rich and malty, perfect with milk. Bold without.

 Tin: 4 0z

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  • 4

    Posted by Ed on 24th Mar 2023

    The tea is great according to my husband who is an Assam connoisseur

  • 5
    Wonderful tea

    Posted by Heather Lord on 28th Jul 2022

    Great taste

  • 5
    Worth Every Penny

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Sep 2021

    White Heron Teas are kind of a splurge, but whenever I have my first cup I think, I'll never go back to the store brand!

  • 5
    Assam Gold is a winner

    Posted by Connie on 27th Mar 2020

    I love White Heron Teas and buy this tea as well as American Breakfast. Both are lovely teas and we enjoy them every afternoon!

  • 5
    Beautiful tea

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Mar 2020

    Best Assam I've tried, really good with milk and sugar. Definitely malty.

  • 5
    Love this tea!

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Aug 2019

    I like Assam Gold tea, and I’ve tried a few from different brands. This one is by far my favorite!

  • 5
    Morning tea

    Posted by Nancy Bond on 11th Dec 2017

    This makes an excellent black breakfast tea. I used to drink Guatemalan Attitlan - when I couldn't get that anymore I switched to this and find it very satisfactory.

  • 5
    great tea!

    Posted by debby on 5th Dec 2016

    my children live in NYC and like this tea so much they always ask for it when i visit.

  • 5
    Assam perfection

    Posted by Linda McGivern on 20th Apr 2016

    I have always loved the White Heron Assam Gold since it first started appearing in NH stores a few years ago. For some perverse reason unknown even to myself I stopped buying it and started buying a lesser quality non-organic Assam from one of those ubiquitous on-line tea sellers. When I did a price comparison this time, the White Heron 1-lb bag of my fave tea was less expensive than the lower quality, sort of fine-but-not-great Assam I was getting from the on-line seller. I ordered the dope from White Heron (by far the smoothest, most delicious Assam I have ever brewed and that is all I will say since I am able to "tea speak") and it came to my door -- I kid you not -- the next morning. Wow.