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Indian black tea is a type of tea that is grown and produced in India, primarily in the regions of Assam, Darjeeling, and Nilgiri. Indian black teas are known for their strong and bold flavors and are often enjoyed with milk and sugar.
Assam black tea is the most common type of Indian black tea and is known for its strong and malty flavor. Darjeeling black tea, on the other hand, is lighter in flavor and has a musky and floral aroma. Nilgiri black tea is a lesser-known variety that has a fruity and fragrant flavor.
Indian black teas are made from the Camellia sinensis plant, which is also used to produce other types of tea, including green tea, white tea, and oolong tea. However, unlike these other types of tea, black tea is fully oxidized, giving it its characteristic dark color and bold flavor.
In addition to being enjoyed as a hot beverage, Indian black tea is also used as a base for chai tea, a spiced tea that is popular in India and around the world. Chai tea is typically made by steeping black tea with spices such as cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves, and is often served with milk and sugar.