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The Assam Valley around the Brahmaputra River in northeast India is one of the most lush places on Earth. In the border country, where India is adjacent to Myanmar and Bangladesh, massive rainfall comes every year. The soil is acidic and oily and ideal for growing the tea. Assam is the world’s largest, coherent tea area, and a third of India’s total tea production comes from that area.