Native Name: Chai
Origin: Putharjhora, Assam, India
Plucking Season: Late Summer
Introduction: Assam is the largest black tea growing region in the world. CTC refers to “Cut, Tear, Curl” a process that tends to turn tea leaves into small pellets. The CTC grade is the most common tea grade used in India to make Chai, as it is very conducive to boiling.
Flavor Profile: Strong, malty and brisk.
Ingredients: 100% Organic Black Tea Leaves.
Certified Organic by: Quality Assurance International (QAI)