CEYLON BLACK TEA
Shotty, curly or semi-cirly leaf of large size of any elevation
Bolder than OP; long leaf tea which ranges from tightly wound to almost open
More delicate than OP; long, wiry leaf with the light liquor
Orange Pekoe: main grade, consisting of long wiry leaf without tips
Broken Orange Pekoe Fannings: Main grade in Sri Lanka. Black-leaf tea with few added ingredients, uniform particle size, and no tips.
Broken Orange Pekoe: Main broken grade. Prevalent in Assam, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), Southern India, Java, and China.