Assam Valley, to the far north-east of India is world's largest producer of CTC tea. Nature's bounty and plenty of rainfall ensures a special place for the tea grown here. Assam tea is rich,full bodied and offers a bright liquor.
KESARI Tea Assam C.T.C. Tea is available in color, hand-sewn fabric bags.
"CTC" method (crush, grind, twist) is used only for the production of strong teas that have dark, rich color. Tea leaves mechanical grinding is used as a method of making this tea. When brewing the drink becomes particularly bright color and a large, though loses some of its flavor and aroma.
The history of tea: India is the largest and most influential country-tea producer in the world. History of tea cultivation dates back during the English colonial period.
In our time, the tea comes from the northern regions of India - Assam, Darjeeling, Dora, and also from the southern plantations - Nilgiri and Travancore. Only in the area of Assam is about two thousand tea gardens. They offer a particularly strong and fragrant products, which is well suited as a main component of tea blends. Darjeeling tea is produced with high taste and flavor that is valued in the world.
Ingredients: 100% tea.
Preparation: 1 teaspoon of tea for 1 portion is poured with 90 ° C water. Brewing time 2-3 minutes.
How to use: Tea can be consumed - both adults and children, several times a day, any time of day.