Rujani's Black Teas
Black tea process ensures full oxidation to tea leaves, which causes the formation of theaflavins and
thearubigins, that accounts for its rich, full bodied flavour and golden colour. The Camellia Sinensis Assamica tea plant variety that was discovered in 1823, growing in the wilderness of Assam, produces maltier and bold black teas that are in high demand. Rujani
emphasises on the subtle nuances of its splendid black teas that has been able to retain its ‘soul’ by the the unbroken tea shoot, resulting in a cup of tea which is invigoratingly fresh, distinctively flavoursome and boldly robust. Simply outstanding Black Tea.