All tea comes from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis shrub Different types of tea are produced by altering the shape and making of the leaf, termed as ‘manufacturing’ or ‘processing’

Benefits :
  • Has anti-viral properties.
  • Helps protect heart health.
  • Reduces the risk of prostate problems.
Grades of tea available :

BOPSM / BP / OF / PD / DUST / BP1 / OF1 / PD1


Rolling which helps shape the leaves and extract the juices from them, Oxidising allows the leaves to decompose and, Firing which is nothing but drying.

The most important part, what defines the categories of tea, is Oxidising. Oxidation occurs when the enzymes in the tea leaf interact with oxygen after the cell walls are broken apart. This can happen quickly, through rolling, cutting or crushing, or more slowly through the natural decomposition of the leaf. It’s just like how fruits react when exposed to oxygen. For example, a banana will start to turn brown after a while, that process is nothing but oxidation.


“Oxidation” is still referred to by some in the tea industry as “fermentation” based on how similar the process is to that of preparing liquor from grapes. Everyone knows this is actually oxidation, but because of its long history, fermentation is still used. In India, the term is commonly used by many tea experts.


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At Privilege (here), We give you the advantage of getting a sip of tea directly from the hand-picked leaves from Assam tea estate to your cup. Our tea leaves are hand-picked and packed at tea estate Assam which helps us to gives the consumer the best taste and aroma.

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Tea also utilizes all five basic steps, but is allowed to oxidise more completely. Also, the steps are followed in a very sequential manner; The tea is completely made within a day. Teas offer the strongest flavours and, in some cases, greatest astringency.

Tea is a type of tea that is more oxidised than oolong, green, and white teas.
While other teas usually lose their flavor within a year, tea retains its flavour for several years.

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