Regular Assam CTC tea drinkers prefer Swad Rozana for its bold taste and its earthy aroma. Precisely sourced from the finest tea gardens located in the southern parts of Assam.
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Fruity and chocolatey
Blackish brown evenly sized clean with nice bloom
Thick-bodied strong pungent with briskness
5 fl oz / 150 ml
194°F-203°F / 90°C-95°C
2 Tsp / 0.09 oz / 2.5 g
NO. OF STEEPS
You can Drink Plain or
You can add Milk or
You can add Sugar or
You can add Honey
CTC tea is processed using the CTC method, which produces small, uniform tea particles. Orthodox tea is processed using traditional methods that involve withering, rolling, and shaping the tea leaves by hand. Orthodox tea is generally considered to have a more complex flavor profile than CTC tea.
CTC tea is known for its strong, bold flavor and quick brewing time.
CTC tea does tend to have a higher caffeine content than other types of tea because of its small particle size. However, the actual caffeine content can vary depending on the type and origin of the tea.
CTC tea should be stored in an airtight container away from light, heat, and moisture. It is best to store it in a cool, dark place such as a pantry or cupboard.
CTC tea can last for up to a year if stored properly. However, its flavor and aroma may start to deteriorate after a few months.
To brew CTC tea, use one teaspoon of tea per cup of water. Boil the water and pour it over the tea, then steep for 3-5 minutes. You can add milk and sugar to taste.
Like other types of tea, CTC tea contains antioxidants and may have potential health benefits such as reducing the risk of chronic diseases. However, the actual health benefits of CTC tea can vary depending on the type and origin of the tea.
CTC tea is generally suitable for people with dietary restrictions such as gluten-free and vegan diets. However, it may not be suitable for people with caffeine sensitivity or allergies to tea.