Primarily sold in Iran but also popular in Greek market. The most expensive grade of long leaf tea.
Mostly popular in the Eastern and Southern parts of Turkey. Also sold in Western / Southern Russia and in Kurdistan. The demand for this grade is throughout the year with hardly any price drop.
Purchased by selective buyers in Turkey for well known brands. One of the most expensive grades of Ceylon teas.
Consumed by buyers in Iran and North Eastern Turkey. The high mountain FBOP teas are taken from buyers in Germany.
One of the highest demanded and sold Ceylon tea grades in Russia. There is also a demand for this tea from Saudi Arabia.
The largest leaf we manufacture and sold mainly in Russia, Ukraine, Chile and some parts of China. A very mild and smooth tea with light in tea colour.
The most popular type of tea sold within the East European countries. It has good strength mixed with good colour. The tea is manufactured with 30% broken leaf to reach a dark colour in the tea cup.
The most popular grade of tea in Southern Iraq. In our terms the highest value for it's price. Almost all our total production of this grade it taken by Iraq.
The demand for this tea from Pakistan and Afghanistan has been there for decades. Although this grade has about 8-9% of stalk and fibre, it gives a rich taste and smooth cup. This is also used to blend with OP teas to reduce the price.
The most popular grade of tea in Iran and also Southern Azerbaijan. One of the most strongest teas in taste that provides the most number of tea cups per kilo.
Sold in small volumes of aprox. 100-500kgs per shipment. The price for this tea is from USD 40.00 per kg upwards. These teas are used for special souvenir or gift packs.
The famous Ceylon teas grown on the high mountain areas of Dimbula and Uva. These teas are more suited to be consumed with milk tea.
One of the main grades of tea that are used in filter paper tea bags. It has high aroma and just 2g of tea would be sufficient for a cup of tea.