CTC Tea vs Orthodox Tea – Which Is Better and What the Fuss Is All AboutMay 15, 2020
Though India has three primary tea plantain regions Assam, Darjeeling, and Nilgiri, the lattermost among the three is rather underrated. Nilgiris region produces some of the finest teas in the world. Nilgiri teas are high grown in sprawling tea plantations situated at a high altitude of 2000 m above mean sea level. The Nilgiri flavor is so unique that it is principally attributed to the climatic conditions of the region.
CTC and Orthodox Tea of Nilgiris
Celebrated for its lively aromatic flavors, Nilgiris Orthodox Tea and CTC Premium Tea Nilgiris are very different from those from other regions. Nilgiri teas never go bitter, and bring out natural, fragrance, and high-grown Nilgiri flavor. In addition, the growing season of Nilgiri is also different from other tea regions of India. Thanks to the North-east monsoon and the South-west monsoon, Nilgiri teas are grown throughout the year! The uninterrupted growth pattern of Nilgiri teas and constant production cycles directly impacts to the taste and flavor which makes Nilgiri tea singular from the rest.
Taste and Flavor of Nilgiris Premium Tea
Nilgiri teas contain aromatic floral flavors in general with no bitterness. The liquor is smooth, creamy, and sweet. These high-grown Nilgiri teas feature a golden shade of brown color and grow naturally in balanced proportions. This makes Nilgiri teas ideal for tea blends, which is also why they are widely enjoyed with milk and sugar.
Now that you know a bit about the specialty, taste and flavor of Nilgiri teas, it is time for you to try them! Visit our products page, choose your favorite and place your order right now.