What is another word for dust tea?

Pronunciation: [dˈʌst tˈiː] (IPA)

Dust tea is a term used to describe low-quality tea made from inferior quality tea leaves. This type of tea has a fine powder or dust-like texture and lacks aroma and flavor. Synonyms for dust tea include "fannings," "broken leaf tea," and "tea dust." Fannings are the smaller tea particles left after the tea has been processed. Broken leaf tea is a mix of broken tea leaves and fannings and is considered of slightly better quality than dust tea. Tea dust is the smallest and lowest quality of all tea grades, and it is typically used for making tea bags. While dust tea may be less expensive, it lacks the full-bodied flavor and aroma of higher-quality teas.

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