Orthodox tea refers to the tea which is made or processed using traditional method. Orthodox teas are generally bright and brisk and have a multilayered flavor profile. Orthodox Tea is produced using the traditional methods of Tea production which includes plucking, withering , rolling, oxidation and drying. Our Orthodox tea include Whole Leaf, Broken & Fannings Grades.
Orange Pekoe Main grade, consisting of long wiry leaf without tips.
Orange Pekoe, consisting of long, thin, tightly rolled leaves. This includes the terminal leaf bud along with a few of the youngest leaves. These leaves are usually of uniform size and rolled lengthways.
Pekoe, smaller, shorter leave than OP
Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe with some golden tips
Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe (TGFOP) is the top grade. During harvesting the top two leaves and bud are plucked by hand.
Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe with broken leaf
Tippy Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe
Tipply Golden Broken Orange Pekoe, designates to broken leaf with combination of Tippy, Golden leaf
Golden Broken Orange Pekoe; with uneven leaves and few tips.
Broken Orange Pekoe Fannings; Broken leaf grade tea with uniform particle size, and no tips.