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Teamafco has been instrumental in developing tea cultivation in the small plantation sector in the District of Dibrugarh in the state of Assam and at Roing in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. We manufacture CTC teas in our units at Assam and at Arunachal Pradesh in India.
We also cultivate and produce organic tea to meet the needs of the conscious consumers.
Our vision is to deliver fine tasting quality teas to make drinking teas a joy and through constant product innovation we have built lasting relationships with our existing consumers, and we look forward to reach out to new consumers all over the world.
Our products envisages the production and marketing of aromatic and dark liquor black teas bursting with rich strong taste which will blossoms into golden kesari colour with the addition of milk .
We believe that our tea plays a role in adding to the well-being of people the world over.
Tea grown in the plains of North East India along the mighty river Brahmaputra manufactured using the CTC method (CTC is an acronym for crush, tear and curl) require the green tea leaves to be machine chopped into uniform and very small pieces.
Thereafter the leaves are next spread out to oxidize as this process enable the tea leaves to develop their flavor, aroma strength and depth of body. At just the right time the leaves are then fired with hot air.
In 1995, the FAO (Food and Agricultural Organisation) international group established a standard on black tea (1). This standard includes a paragraph specifically on moisture content and states that tea should be packed with a moisture content of less than 4 percent.
The document also states that it is likely that during transport to the point of export and further shipment to the importing country, tea absorbs more moisture and that tea with a moisture content of 6 percent and above deteriorates in quality.( Moisture refers to the water content in Tea).