What does CTC Tea mean?

The Full form of CTC is Crush, Turn Curl. CTC is a method of processing black tea specifically in the Assam tea producing region in which the camelia sinnesis leaves are passed through a series of cylindrical rollers with hundreds of sharp teeth that crush, tear, and curl the tea into small, hard pellets/balls. The Tea is fermented 90% and generally produce a rich red-brown colour when they are boiled by the Indian method. This kind of tea is mostly made with milk and the milk enhances the taste of the tea leaves. Hence this kind of tea is generally refered as Milk Tea.

At Namhah, We take care of the CTC we sell on the website. We keep only Single Estate CTC Tea which has its own aura and taste. The CTC that we provide are of highest quality with precise plucking of tea leaves which help us to keep the quality of the tea maintained. Our Per hectare production is less than the normal because we select the leaves as per the highest standards which help us to produce the highest quality.

If you would like to see the difference between a very high quality tea and a low quality tea we suggest you to try our Premium Assam CTC Tea which is the best single estate tea that we have.

 

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