Paar Global is one of the largest and oldest tea businesses, is respected for its experience, expertise, reliability and commitment to customers. Paar Global's Tea business can be traced back to 1980's over the period of decades we have developed a deep understanding of regional consumer needs and achieved strong penetration in all key destination markets.
Our operations in India form an important part of our global network of buying, selling and merchandising Tea. We have a network of value chain participants who help us source and supply the best Tea into and out of the country. We work closely with both suppliers and drinkers of tea to strengthen the networks & competitiveness in the global markets making Indian Tea preferred around the world. We offer a range of customer solutions that include price risk management and supply chain management.
Tea is the world’s second most popular beverage, after water.
Tea has been around for more than 5,000 years and has the distinction of being one of the most revered beverages around the globe. Whether drinking it hot or over ice, this tasty brew is second only to water in worldwide beverage consumption.
Hundreds of scientific research studies have linked regular consumption with increased health benefits. The research findings have attracted the attention of scientists, medical professionals, holistic providers, and health-conscious consumers around the globe who are seeking natural solutions to promote wellness and address a plethora of health-related concerns.
The most popular drink INDIAN TEA has, and continues to play, an important role in almost all the cultures and customs.. in addition, by far the most refreshing and enjoyable drink across the world. . From sourcing tea from all origins, tasting, customizing blends, providing speciality teas and flavoured tea as per your requirement in Bulk/Packed Tea.
THE MOST POPULAR RANGE OF INDIAN TEA:
THE TWO POPULAR VARIETIES OF MANUFACTURED INDIAN TEA ARE:
THE MOST POPULAR TYPES ARE:
How Tea is processed
Enjoyed both hot and over ice, this robust, savoury beverage ranges from flowery and fruity to spicy and nutty.
This favoured tea features a deep reddish-brown hue and full-bodied taste that results from an extensive oxidation process once the leaves of the tea plant, Camellia sinensis, are harvested. The leaves may be blended with fruits, flower petals, or natural flavourings to add a unique taste to the brew.
After picking, the leaves go through a withering process where they are dried on racks for up to 18 hours until all excess moisture is removed and the leaves become supple enough to roll.
They are then rolled and cooled, which breaks down the membranes of the leaves and creates a chemical change that allows the natural juices to emerge – and the leaves to darken.
Finally, the tea leaves are "fired" and heat is applied to halt further oxidation and seal in the distinctive flavour and aroma.
Other Types and Taste
Following are some common types of black teas and the tastes with which they are associated.
- Assam -- rich, dark, slightly malty
- Darjeeling - light, with a slightly flowery aroma; also made with green blends
- Nilgri - robust flavor
- English Breakfast - medium classic blend
- Flavonoids, which are highly concentrated in black tea, have been associated with a number of health benefits that include reduced the risk of stroke and heart disease.
- There are research studies that link flavanoids, which are present in all blends, to lowering cholesterol levels, reducing inflammations, improving blood flow, and even helping the body maintain proper blood sugar levels.
- According to the USDA flavonoid database, both black and green tea contain 150 to 190 milligrams of flavonoids per cup. They also provide trace amounts of healthful minerals such as potassium and fluoride.