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All you need to know about Assam Tea


Assam Tea

 

If you call yourself a tea lover, we are sure you must have tried every type of tea available in the market & would have been a fan of many. If we make a list of best teas available in the world, Assam Tea would definitely top the list. Famously known as Indian tea or Black tea, Assam Tea is known for its robust aroma, flavor & a history of more than 200 years. Nobody had imagined that Assam tea would receive such warm welcome in the tea industry in India & worldwide when British decided to produce Assam Tea in India. In fact, not many people know that Assam is the biggest tea production hub of India.

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Posted on 5 September, 2018 | ajinkya@eyecatchers.co


Tea: A Perfect Friend for Every Mood


Every Mood

 

Tea may not be the solution for all our problems, but it definitely gives the energy to find a way out of it. Tea brightens the mood and lifts your spirit. Different types of teas have different effects on your brain and body. Tea is known to be an excellent mood booster. There is tea for every mood and every person shares their unique connection with tea. Be it in achieving the big promotion you’ve been waiting for, celebration of buying a new car or get together with your old buddies or family gatherings. Tea perfectly fits all occasions.

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All about CTC Tea and its Benefits


CTC-Tea

 

CTC is a method of making black tea, named after its process that is ‘Crush/Cut, Tear, and Curl’. This method was invented in 1930s and spread across India and Africa. In India, over 80% of tea production is done by CTC method. This method is used majorly in Assam and West Bengal for the manufacturing of black tea.

The Process

CTC tea is produced using the process of ‘Crush, Tear, and Curl’. Under this process the leaves pass through a series of cylindrical rollers that have hundreds of sharp teeth under them, which rolls the tea leaves and turn them into small, hard pellets.

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