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Chota Tingrai Black Tea

This black tea is organically farmed on Chota Tingrai, an estate in the Tinsukia region of Assam that is one of the first tea estates to be owned and operated by an Indian family in independent India. Situated in the fertile valley of Brahmaputra, a major river that connects India, Tibet, and Bangladesh, the Chota Tingrai estate has found great success in organic tea managementand focuses on improving soil fertility. 

CTC tea — named after a processing method known as crush, tear, curl — yields a stiff, medium-strength cup that holds up beautifully to milk and spices. It is the tea of choice for the millions of cups of chai made every day on the subcontinent. Try it with Diaspora's Chai Masala!

Tasting notes: malt balls ∙ orange peel ∙ black walnut ∙ barberries

Materials:  100% broken orange pekoe small black tea

Made by:  Diaspora Co.

Made in:  India

Specifications:  1.16 oz

Use:  Steep 1-1.5 tsp in 1 cup (8oz) boiling water for 1-2 minutes to desired strength.

Hop on over to Diaspora's website to find a recipe for Tejal's Turmeric Tea.

Further Reading:  Women-owned Diaspora Co. is committed to growing a better spice trade equitably and deliciously. They source South Asia's freshest heirloom and single-origin spices directly from their partner farms to bring you next-level flavor and fragrance. 

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