How to check Quality in Tea?
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by Ankit Baid
3w ago
Tea is a popular beverage enjoyed by people around the world. It is not only a refreshing drink, but also has many health benefits. However, the quality of tea can vary greatly depending on the type of tea, where it is grown, and how it is processed. Therefore, it is important to check the quality of tea to ensure that you are getting the best possible product. Here are some tips on how to check the quality of tea. Look at the appearance of the tea leaves. Quality tea leaves should be whole, unbroken, and uniform in size and shape. If the tea leaves are broken or uneven, it may indicate that ..read more
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Affects of Tea on Corona Virus
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by Ankit Baid
1M ago
As the world continues to grapple with the ongoing pandemic caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19), people are looking for ways to boost their immune system and stay healthy. One drink that has gained popularity in recent times is tea, with many people claiming that it can help prevent or reduce the severity of the virus. But is there any scientific evidence to back up these claims? Let’s take a look at the effects of tea on COVID-19. The first thing to understand is that tea contains antioxidants, which are molecules that help neutralize harmful substances in the body. These substances, called ..read more
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Tea Industry in 2023
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by Ankit Baid
1M ago
The tea industry is set to undergo some significant changes in 2023. With the increasing focus on sustainability and health, many consumers are shifting their purchasing habits towards more ethical and natural options, and the tea industry is no exception. One trend that is expected to continue in 2023 is the growth of specialty and artisanal teas. These high-quality teas, often made from rare or heirloom varieties of tea plants, are hand-crafted in small batches and offer a unique and complex flavor profile. Many consumers are willing to pay a premium for these teas, which can fetch prices as ..read more
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Season of Tea Drinking
Namhah
by Ankit Baid
1M ago
December is the month where the tea consumptions hits highs all accross the subcontinent because of the cold weather. People from the sub continent rejuvinate themselves with tea. During this season Namhah Tea is offering great teas at discounted rates. Now enjoy the season of tea drinking with namhah tea ..read more
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Namhah Experience Tea Store
Namhah
by Ankit Baid
5M ago
Hello Tea Drinkers, Namhah was currently operating from our small office in Guwahati. Now we have started working on our first retail outlet where you can get all the exotic tea that we sell online. The Retail outlet will feature not only products from Namhah but also other good Tea gardens and brands. Details will follow in our next post ..read more
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How are you celebrating Earth day?
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by Ankit Baid
10M ago
Earth day is celebrated throughout the world on 22nd April 2022. But have we forgotten to care about mother earth? In our everyday life we see people throwing garbage all over the street, unnecessary using singleuse plastic, driving solo to workplace if you can pick up some of your colleagues on the way, wasting consumables , wasting electricity, etc etc. The list can go on. Few measures can be taken to help our mother earth with some changes to our daily routine: If you can give lift to a collegue on the way to workplace please do so. Also use public transportation whereable possible. Throw ..read more
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What does CTC Tea mean?
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by Ankit Baid
1y ago
The Full form of CTC is Crush, Turn Curl. CTC is a method of processing black tea specifically in the Assam tea producing region in which the camelia sinnesis leaves are passed through a series of cylindrical rollers with hundreds of sharp teeth that crush, tear, and curl the tea into small, hard pellets/balls. The Tea is fermented 90% and generally produce a rich red-brown colour when they are boiled by the Indian method. This kind of tea is mostly made with milk and the milk enhances the taste of the tea leaves. Hence this kind of tea is generally refered as Milk Tea. At Namhah, We ..read more
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Tea Survivor Series
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by Meenakshi Choudhury
2y ago
There are many teas that aree avalable in the market and many new innovations have been done in the tea space in the last 5 years. Yet there are some teas that are in demand more than the others because of the traditional way of making tea and customer’s refrainment from experimenting with new teas. Though many experiments have been done with tea the CTC Tea or the Regular Milk tea has survived and is the first choice amount the tea drinkers. Green Tea has picked up pace but is no where near the selling point of CTC Tea. Though the Green Tea is marketed as healthy tea and contains more anti-ox ..read more
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Immunity Booster Teas
Namhah
by Ankit Baid
2y ago
For the Last few months during the Corona Outbreak we had received lot of queries regarding Immunity booster teas. We have also seen many Immunity Booster Teas in the market. Generally Speaking Tea itself has lost of immunity boosting properties. You can refer this article which states that tea itself contains substance that fights infections and protect against diseases. But does it help against COVID-19? I would say if researches say that Immunity power of an individual helps to fight COVID-19 virus effectively then Tea may help. Apart from tea there are many elements which boosts immun ..read more
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Benefits and Uses of Sage Tea
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by Meenakshi Choudhury
3y ago
Do You Know what ius sage Tea? Sage tea is an aromatic infusion from the leaves of Salvia officinalis, an herb in the same family as mint. It is used as a spice but alternatively used as a traditional medicine. This tea is packed with potential health benefits — although scientific research on this drink is still in its preliminary stages. Some of the Health Benefits of Sage Tea are as follows: Its Rich in Anti-Inflammatory and Antioxidant Compounds which increases the levels of anti-inflammatory compounds circulating in the blood while decreasing the levels of inflammatory compounds. Helps to ..read more
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