CTC Black Tea - Royal Black Pearl

CTC Black Tea

CTC Black Tea

(3 customer reviews)

Crush, tear, curl (sometimes cut, tear, curl) is a method of processing black tea in which the leaves are passed through a series of cylindrical rollers with hundreds of sharp teeth that crush, tear, and curl the tea into small, hard pellets. This replaces the final stage of orthodox tea manufacture, in which the leaves are rolled into strips.

This is where our years of expertise has created,  An unparalleled blend of strength and flavor. We are offering one of the highest grade tea at this price point and hence matchless. CTC Black Tea from the House of Royal Black Pearl is sure to delight tea-lovers.

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Black tea is a type of tea that is more oxidized than oolong, green and white teas. Black tea is generally stronger in flavor than the less oxidized teas. All four types are made from leaves of the shrub (or small tree) Camellia Sinensis. Two principal varieties of the species are used – the small-leaved Chinese variety plant (C. sinensis subsp. sinensis), used for most other types of teas, and the large-leaved Assamese plant (C. sinensis subsp. assamica), which was traditionally mainly used for black tea, although in recent years some green and white have been produced.

In Chinese and the languages of neighboring countries, black tea is known as “red tea” (Chinese 紅茶 hóngchá, pronounced [xʊ̌ŋʈʂʰǎ]; Japanese 紅茶 kōcha; Korean 홍차 hongcha, Bengali লাল চা Lal cha, Assamese ৰঙা চাহ Ronga chah), a description of the colour of the liquid; the Western term “black tea” refers to the colour of the oxidized leaves. In Chinese, “black tea” is a commonly used classification for post-fermented teas, such as Pu-erh tea; outside of China and its neighboring countries, “red tea” more commonly refers to rooibos, a South African herbal tea.

While green tea usually loses its flavor within a year, black tea retains its flavor for several years. For this reason, it has long been an article of trade, and compressed bricks of black tea even served as a form of de facto currency in Mongolia, Tibet, and Siberia into the 19th century. Although green tea has recently seen a revival due to its purported health benefits, black tea still accounts for over ninety percent of all tea sold in the West.

In Canada, the definition of black tea is a blend of two or more black teas of the leaves and buds of the Camellia Sinensis plant that contains at least 30 percent water-soluble extractive, with 4 to 7 percent ash. Unblended black tea contains at least 25 percent water-soluble extractive, with 4 to 7 percent ash. The packaging of black tea is based on the packaging guidelines from the country of origin.

Steeping Notes

cold filtered O2 Rich Water

Temperature

Tea Leaves

Time

Hot

6 fl oz/gm
195-205 °C/F
1 Tsp/8oz
2-3 min

Condiments

Drink Plain

Drink Plain

Sugar

Sugar

Honey

Honey

Milk

Milk

Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Quantity

10 gm, 100 gm, 250 gm, 50 gm, 500 gm

3 reviews for CTC Black Tea

  1. Navishta

    This is the second time I have bought a Royal Black Pearl tea. As soon as I opened the package, I was blessed with the aroma of caramel. It has a wood and malt taste. It is a classic tea. It is best brewed with milk. I recommend this tea to people who like classic black tea.

  2. Ruhi Jain

    Got it for cheaper price however the tea is one of the best i ever had, tea color is too good and also the taste, definitely recommended. will stock up in case it ever came at discounted price again.

  3. Vidt

    This is strong and yet light and smooth enough to drink. Absolutely delicious. Very fast delivery from royal black pearl. Loved the flavour and aroma; so fresh and tasty. Exactly what I was looking for in my cup of black tea.

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Black tea is a type of tea that is more oxidized than oolong, green and white teas. Black tea is generally stronger in flavor than the less oxidized teas. All four types are made from leaves of the shrub (or small tree) Camellia Sinensis. Two principal varieties of the species are used – the small-leaved Chinese variety plant (C. sinensis subsp. sinensis), used for most other types of teas, and the large-leaved Assamese plant (C. sinensis subsp. assamica), which was traditionally mainly used for black tea, although in recent years some green and white have been produced.

In Chinese and the languages of neighboring countries, black tea is known as “red tea” (Chinese 紅茶 hóngchá, pronounced [xʊ̌ŋʈʂʰǎ]; Japanese 紅茶 kōcha; Korean 홍차 hongcha, Bengali লাল চা Lal cha, Assamese ৰঙা চাহ Ronga chah), a description of the colour of the liquid; the Western term “black tea” refers to the colour of the oxidized leaves. In Chinese, “black tea” is a commonly used classification for post-fermented teas, such as Pu-erh tea; outside of China and its neighboring countries, “red tea” more commonly refers to rooibos, a South African herbal tea.

While green tea usually loses its flavor within a year, black tea retains its flavor for several years. For this reason, it has long been an article of trade, and compressed bricks of black tea even served as a form of de facto currency in Mongolia, Tibet, and Siberia into the 19th century. Although green tea has recently seen a revival due to its purported health benefits, black tea still accounts for over ninety percent of all tea sold in the West.

In Canada, the definition of black tea is a blend of two or more black teas of the leaves and buds of the Camellia Sinensis plant that contains at least 30 percent water-soluble extractive, with 4 to 7 percent ash. Unblended black tea contains at least 25 percent water-soluble extractive, with 4 to 7 percent ash. The packaging of black tea is based on the packaging guidelines from the country of origin.

Steeping Notes

cold filtered O2 Rich Water

Temperature

Tea Leaves

Time

Hot

6 fl oz/gm
195-205 °C/F
1 Tsp/8oz
2-3 min

Condiments

Drink Plain

Drink Plain

Sugar

Sugar

Honey

Honey

Milk

Milk

Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Quantity

10 gm, 100 gm, 250 gm, 50 gm, 500 gm

3 reviews for CTC Black Tea

  1. Navishta

    This is the second time I have bought a Royal Black Pearl tea. As soon as I opened the package, I was blessed with the aroma of caramel. It has a wood and malt taste. It is a classic tea. It is best brewed with milk. I recommend this tea to people who like classic black tea.

  2. Ruhi Jain

    Got it for cheaper price however the tea is one of the best i ever had, tea color is too good and also the taste, definitely recommended. will stock up in case it ever came at discounted price again.

  3. Vidt

    This is strong and yet light and smooth enough to drink. Absolutely delicious. Very fast delivery from royal black pearl. Loved the flavour and aroma; so fresh and tasty. Exactly what I was looking for in my cup of black tea.

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