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CTC (Crush, turn, curl) tea is a machine processed and fermented black tea. It is usually less expensive than Orthodox tea. In India, over 80% of the tea sold is CTC tea. The reason behind it is that CTC tea steeps stronger and has a more bitter flavour to it. This gives you the option of preparing it with condiments such as milk, ginger and sugar. In India, majority of the population prefer drinking tea with milk, due to which CTC tea strives here.

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Bombay Cutting Masala Chai

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Warm cardamom, sharp ginger, and exotic fennel seeds are combined with new, solid Assam CTC to create a perfect blend. This makes the perfect cup of indulgence with a little milk and sugar whenever the mood hits.

Benefits:

  • CTC Masala tea aids in prevention of indigestion and abdominal cramping.
  • It also alleviates high blood pressure and stimulates circulation of blood throughout the body.
  • This tea is used to prevent as well as treat morning sickness and it also relaxes the stomach.

Doomni Garden Chai

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This mix of ours hails from the gardens of Doomni, which is situated on the banks of Brahmaputra, alongside the Bhutan hills. This geographical location has given them a unique flavour and aroma. The color of the tea is uniquely bright and has the right balance between briskness and mellowness.

Benefits:

  • A great beverage to help to relax when down with cold or fever.
  • It also aids digestion and helps in stomach cramps.

Halmari Garden Chai

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Halmari Gold Chai Tea (English Breakfast tea): Honored with a silver medal at the Global tea championships in 2019, Halmari’s Gold CTC has constantly been breaking its own records. It is the absolute perfect cup if you love drinking tea with milk and other condiments. The pure golden color and absolute briskness of the cup is unmatched.
Benefits:
  • A great beverage to help to relax when down with cold or fever.
  • It also aids digestion and helps in stomach cramps.

The Chai

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CTC (Crush, turn, curl) tea is a machine processed and fermented black tea. It is usually less expensive than Orthodox tea. In India, over 80% of the tea sold is CTC tea. The reason behind it is that CTC tea steeps stronger and has a more bitter flavour to it. This gives you the option of preparing it with condiments such as milk, ginger and sugar. In India, majority of the population prefer drinking tea with milk, due to which CTC tea strives here.