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 Cups of tea consumed in IRAN so far today  

CaptainTea- Taste the Life

CAPTAIN TEA COMPANY FOUNDED AND PROMOTED BY A FAMILY PASSIONATE ABOUT TEAS IS AN IMPORTER AND DISTRIBUTOR OF PREMIUM TEAS FROM CEYLON AND INDIA, KENYA SINCE 2002 UNDER BRAND NAME "CAPTAIN TEA" Our unblended Pure Indian or Ceylon tea collection provides a wonderful tea drinking experience from most exotic of lands of high elevation estates of Darjeeling in the foothills of the Himalaya, to Assam the birthplace of Indian tea, and the world’s finest tea leaves with unique characteristics grown in high mountain region of of Ceylon and Kenya CAPTAIN TEA Products certified for ISO 9001:2008 & ISO 22000:2005 [integrates the principles of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP)] byTUV Rheinland Management Services GmbH, Germany . Our tea bags are stringed and tagged. Each tea bag is in its own enveloping. This maintains the freshness after opening the box of tea as well as for better hygienic reasons The Company also has a Dry Fruit division, developing and packing variety of dry fruits/Basmati Rice and Saffron the finest Persian exotic herb famous for its medicinal, coloring and food flavoring properties. Valued all over the world. While our packaging is consumer and environmentally friendly staying in touch with the market's wants and needs allows us to research and adopt current and emerging technologies to provide smarter packaging and improved performance. We undertakes the packing of Private Label Products for customers in middle east and worldwide.

Tea Knowledge

Tea is the second most-consumed beverage in the world, after water. All tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant, but different ways of harvesting and processing produce different teas. To make black tea, the leaves are wilted, bruised, rolled, and fully oxidized. Black tea accounts for 75 percent of the tea consumed in the world. Oxidization happens when the leaves are exposed to the air for long periods. Enzymes break down the chemicals in the leaves, producing their brown coloring and familiar smell. Green tea, in contrast, is made from leaves that are not oxidized. Oxidization may give black tea nutritional benefits that are not present in green tea, such as reducing the risk of several cancers, protecting the heart against atherosclerosis, and maintaining a healthy blood pressure.