SOMETHING ABOUT BOP:
The highest grades for Western and South Asian teas are referred to as “orange pekoe”, and the lowest as “dust”. Pekoe tea grades are classified into various qualities, each determined by how many of the adjacent young leaves (two, one, or none) were picked along with the leaf buds. Top-quality pekoe grades consist of only the leaf buds, which are picked using the balls of the fingertips. Fingernails and mechanical tools are not used, to avoid bruising.
When crushed to make bagged teas, the tea is referred to as “broken”, as in “broken orange pekoe” (“BOP”). These lower grades include fannings and dust, which are tiny remnants created in the sorting and crushing processes.
PACKING TYPE : 225 GMS, 450GMS, 900 GMS BOXES AND BOTTLES AND 5 KG BAGS.
Shelf life is 24 months at ambient storage conditions.