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.
Our CTC teas are fine and granular; and they're ideal for blending, specially for tea bags. If you are really interested in Chai, the traditional Indian tea you need Teamafco CTC tea to brew your cup of Chai.
We manufacture and market all grades of CTC Teas as Bulk Teas, which are supplied in standard packaging as well as per customer requirements in viz. Polylined Jute Bags, Multiwall Paper Sacks, etc.
Our teas are blackish in appearance and are comprised of three main categories:
Granular black tea in various sizes.
Particles of leaf sifted out of bulk teas and are smaller than Brokens,.
The smallest particles-powder.
TEAMAFCO teas are graded and marketed by these grade names and sizes generally.
TEAMAFCO TEAS are offered in a three distinct brands based on their place of its cultivation ,meeting the needs of different groups and price segments
CTC - Assam: Teamafco
||Size of Mesh
||Net packing weight of Tea in Kgs per jute bag of size (69*54*26)cm
||Broken Pekoe Souchong (BPS)
||Broken Orange Pekoe (BOP)
||Broken Orange Pekoe Small (BOP SM)
||Broken Pekoe (BP)
||Orange Fannings (OF/PF)
||Pekoe Dust (PD)
|| Dust (D)
||Churamani Dust (CD)
Over the years, the Teamafco name has become synonymous with the malty taste and golden color, with their best flavor all around the year and are popular all over the country.
CTC - Assam: Alimur
ALIMUR Tea is a natural product with minimum variation in quality all around the year, meeting a consistent standard over a year to serve you consistent quality and the sought for thickness in your cup.
CTC - Assam: Prakash
PRAKASH Teas are cultivated in Arunachal Pradesh in North East India under the shadow of Himalayas in a valley which was relatively undiscovered until now. The brightness, colour, and mellowness of the teas will enthrall you.