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Drink "DECAF TEA"
the healthy choice.

A low-caffeine variant flushed with the natural richness of tea!

Welcome to Spysis Limited

Spisys Limited established in the year 1997 is a leading manufacturer and supplier of decaffeinated tea and tea extracts to the Tea industry and Beverage market.

The facilities are based in Hyderabad, India. The decaffeinated tea factory has the capacity to decaffeinate over 1,000,000 kilos of tea. Depending on the market and customers' requirements we decaffeinate using carbon dioxide (CO2). A wide range of decaffeinated tea’s are manufactured including white, green, black teas.

Product quality is paramount to our business. We guarantee consistency by controlling the sourcing of raw materials, through to dispatch of the finished product to our customers.

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Decaffeinated Tea

All true teas contain caffeine. Decaffeinated teas are leaves from the plant Camellia sinensis that have had at least 97.5% of the caffeine removed. The term “decaffeinated” is different from “caffeine free.” Decaffeinated refers to a product that originally contained caffeine (like Camellia sinensis) and underwent a process to remove most of its caffeine content. Caffeine-free, on the other hand, refers to a product (like many of our herbal teas) that never contained caffeine to begin with.

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How Is Tea Decaffeinated?

You probably already know that all tea leaves naturally contain caffeine. However, depending on their oxidation level, there is more or less caffeine in them. Black teas, with the most oxidized tea leaves, have the highest level of caffeine. That level goes down in the less oxidized oolong, green and white teas.

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What is SCFE?

Supercritical carbon dioxide is a fluid state of carbon dioxide where it is held at or above its critical temperature and critical pressure. Carbon dioxide behaves as a gas at ambient temperature and pressure conditions and behaves as a solid when frozen. If the temperature and pressure are increased from ambient...

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Decaffeination of Coffee & Tea Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SCFE)

Definitions differ, but decaffeination is generally taken to mean the removal of between 80% and 99% of caffeine from cocoa, coffee beans, and tea leaves. Ludwig Roselius, the chief of Kaffee...

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