We do supply of superior quality of Assam orthodox, Darjeeling Orthodox and South Orthodox tea.
Orthodox tea refers to either hand-processed tea or tea that is rolled with machinery in a manner that mimics hand-rolling. Most specialty tea is made with orthodox production methods. Whole leaf teas are widely considered the most valuable, especially if they contain leaf tips.
By following the below five steps involved in the conventional orthodox black tea manufacturing process:
- Firing, or drying
Black teas, such as Assam orthodox loose leaf tea, are fully oxidized, meaning that the enzymes in the tea leaves react with oxygen once the cell walls have been broken down through rolling, which causes these bulk organic loose leaf teas to lose their fresh green colour, eventually turning a deep brown. This tea yields liquor that appears deep amber to copper-red in the cup.
We do supply of given below variety:Assam Orthodox
FBOP Grade (FLOWERY BROKEN ORANGE PEKOE)
FOP Grade (FLOWERY ORANGE PEKOE)
STGFOP Grade (SPECIAL TIPPY GOLDEN FLOWERY ORANGE PEKOE FINE)
TGFOP Grade (TIPPY GOLDEN FLOWERY ORANGE PEKOE FINE)
GFOP Grade (GOLDEN FLOWERY ORANGE PEKOE FINE)
GOF (GOLDEN ORANGE FANNINGS)