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Organic & Biodynamic CTC Black Tea
Our CTC black tea is organic, biodynamic, and direct-sourced by us from our trusty farm partners at Chota Tingrai Estate in Assam, India. Whether you add your own spices or brew it on its own, you can count on a bold black tea flavor that packs a punch with our Asli Assam!
CTC = "Cut- tear- curl" tea:
Created by a unique cutting process, CTC is a method of production used to process black tea. The unique process creates a tea that is rolled in shape, instead of the more traditional full leaf (orthodox tea), we mostly see. The process also creates a tea that is strong and malty in flavor and can stand up to being boiled with spices, sweeteners, and milk. Basically, it's perfect for chai :)
The best part? Our CTC black tea is organic, biodynamic, and direct-sourced by us from our trusty farm partners at Chota Tingrai Estate in Assam, India. Whether you add your own spices or brew it on its own, you can count on a bold black tea flavor that packs a punch with our Asli Assam!
HOW TO ENJOY:
How to prepare:
*Try a variety of spice amounts and combinations to make a unique cup of chai each time!
Single unit, each bag contains 60+ servings (150g or 6.3oz)
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MEET THE MAKER
One Stripe Chai
Farah Jesani is Indian and drinking chai is basically in her blood. Her relationship and memories with chai is similar to people in the US have with coffee. That experience of being young and watching all the "adults" drinking this hot beverage religiously, anxiously waiting until she was "old enough" to have a mug of her own.
Fun Fact: She launched One Stripe Chai in Portland after being disappointed when she ordered chai lattes and found them always being too sweet or incredibly bland. The idea of One Stripe Chai fell into her lap serendipitously, the way most great ideas tend to.