Black Tea

Everyone knows black tea and has probably

ever drunk or at least seen it.

Everyone knows black tea and has probably ever drunk or at least seen it.
Anyone who thinks of black tea only at Assam or Ceylon has not yet explored the world of black tea to the smallest detail. Black tea can be so much more. Because here the variety in type, taste and origin is important.
Depending on which region the black tea comes from, it has different names. Of course, the varieties of black tea differ by the taste and the quality of each other.

The tea is generally divided into two stock plants: Camellia sinensis and Camellia assamica.
The Tea assamica grows in tropical regions and requires a lot of heat. The leaves are ten to twelve centimeter long.
The Camellia sinensis, is smaller and more resistant and leaves are five to eight centimeters long.
That is a fact that the cultivation of the tea plant depends on the climate and the soil conditions.
Thereafter in all parts of the world they tried to grow the coveted tea.

Black tea grows in over 50 countries around the world – in Asia, Africa, South America, Australia and even the European.
Iran is one of the black tea producer countries in Asia, that produce the almost pesticides free tea in the way of Orthodoxe production.
With rainfed farming in Iran, a healthy safe harvest of tea can be guaranteed.
This is because of climatic conditions in the northern areas of Iran. The climate in the northern regions of Iran is cold and humid. In the cold winter, the air temperature sometimes decreases to a minus 10 degrees.
Iranian tea is also cultivated at high altitudes so most of the pests disappear. This shows that our tea does not contain any harmful and abnormal residues.

Grades

Nivan Teasun’s black tea are divided into various grades.
These grade names are an indication of size or appearance of manufactured leaf and not of its quality.

Nivan Teasun’s factory is able to sort and blend different grades of tea together to give a new produce with high quality that based on customer requirements.

When we talk about tea blending the most people assume that it is done to create flavor teas. Blending is where flavor teas come from, but the most of people do not realize that the majority of black teas are also blended.
The art of blending is to select the best teas and to combine them in a balanced rate with each other and to process them carefully.