Recharge With Wellness Brews Care Gold Assam Leaf Tea (2023)
Our experience with Wellness Brews Care Gold Assam Leaf Tea review was beautiful, or should we say ‘brewtiful’?
While some find the tea-sipping process relaxing, others are of the opinion that it’s the brewing process that is more therapeutic.
Appreciate a well-brewed cup of tea? Won’t say no for a cup, ever? Then the product we talk about in this review may be the one for you. In this Wellness Brews Care Gold Assam Leaf Tea review, we share our experience to help you understand if this is worth buying or not.
Did it surpass our expectations?
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Wellness Brews Care Gold Assam Leaf Tea – Quick Glance
All crucial details have been listed in the table below.
|Wellness Brews Care Gold Assam Leaf Tea||Product Details|
|Net Quantity||100 grams|
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Our Review Factors
Taste, aroma, and appearance are factors that make or break this experience. We reviewed Wellness Brews Care Gold Assam Leaf Tea across these parameters.
Creamy with a rounded sweetness and rich flavors of ginger and cardamom- this is one of the most common tea flavors in India with regional variations.
On the other hand, the typical flavors of CTC and Assam tea are primarily malty with a hint of earthy-woody notes.
We gauged the flavors in Wellness Brews tea and how close they come to the OG.
CTC or Assam tea feature a bold, robust aroma. Owing to the climate of the region this is produced in, there is a pertinent husky aroma.
3. Other Parameters
The price, packaging, ingredients, appearance, and overall quality were recorded.
Wellness Brews Care Gold Assam Leaf Tea – Detailed Review
Price + Packaging
These tea leaves are packed in a golden-beige jar that has a vacuum lid which seals the tin to preserve freshness. It contains 100 grams of the tea leaves and is priced at Rs 360/- The date of manufacturing on our tin was October 2022, this had no expiration date.
CTC, Assam Black Leaf Tea, Cardamom, Black Pepper, Licorice, Ginger, Cinnamon, Bay Leaf, Clove, Fennel, Ajwain, Pipli, Star Anise, Javitri, Cumin, Fenugreek, Tulsi, Nutmeg, Turmeric, Flaxseed, Brahmi, and Ashwagandha have been used.
How did we test this?
First, we tried the tea black. Then, we tried it with milk.
Aroma + Appearance
The aroma was intoxicating, and in the best way possible. It was warming and grassy and resembled notes of fennel seeds, cardamom, cloves.
With CTC tea leaves, we could see green bits of green cardamom and fennel seeds with bay leaf bits and cloves. This looked rich and premium.
Taste + Consistency
As mentioned above, we tried this without any milk during the first tasting. On brewing, this developed a pleasing amber-golden hue. While the strength and intensity of tea leaves was spot-on, the background flavor notes were dominant on the sharpness of pipli and menthol-like astringence of cloves.
For stage two, we tried this with milk. It was as delightful as ever. The flavor of these components did not feel diluted, they were intact. What we appreciated most was how this blend eliminated the need for a separate tea masala.
- Beautiful flavors
- Aroma and hue were pleasing
- Premium, protective packaging
- Can be had black or with milk
Are you a tea person? Find the tea-brewing process therapeutic? We recommend trying this tea leaf blend by Wellness Brews.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on Wellness Brews Care Gold Assam leaf tea
This has been sourced from Assam, India.
Anything in moderation is good for you. This tea blend is made with ingredients like cardamom, clove, fennel seeds, and more that not only enhance flavors but also aid digestion.
The caffeine content in teas is far lesser than coffee. So this can be consumed between meals.
This must be served hot, but you can skip milk and have it black.
You add a teaspoon (or more) of the tea leaf blend and boil it in water. Once a golden-amber hue is achieved, you can sieve and sip on it directly, or add some milk and sugar as desired.
Slurp, slurp, slurp. Wellness Brews Care Gold Assam Leaf Tea has us looking forward to our tea breaks even more. This blend was commendable. Be it the aroma or the flavor, we liked it a lot.
What do you pair your cuppa tea with? Cookies, rusk, or something savory?