All about Indian Tea:
Tea has a very long and complex, spreading in multiple cultures over thousands of year hence, this makes tea is grown in various part of the world differently and distinctive from each other keeping the basic essence same that is love for tea. Specifically in India tea is mainly grown in the North, North-east and south of India. Tea being cultivated in India has a history of cultivating one of the finest teas since the 19th century. Evolved with the traditional and modern methods diversified into globally renowned Orthodox Tea and CTC.
Blend & Grades:
Every country and region is unique and different in terms of their liking for grades and tastes. We understand the needs of every region and customer and offer tailor made blends most suitable to the destination markets. We ensure that ever Tea that is bought is individually tasted and carefully blended.
Hence we customize our blends to meet your requirements.
Quality control and Inspection
To maintain consistent and superior quality we ensure that the product strictly matches to the offer samples. Table blends are prepared and the quality is compared and tasted with the offer samples, post blending & prior to packing the Tea’ are again tasted by experts and also confirmed by third party inspection agency.
Indian Tea Growing Regions
The Teas from Darjeeling Often called the ‘Champagne of Teas’ by connoisseurs. Darjeeling tea is grown at a much higher altitude than other teas and is often described as having a muscatel aroma with a hint of spiciness. As with coffee, the higher tea is grown, the more delicate and rich the flavor. Grown in the Himalayas at up to 6500 feet this ensures a high quality tea is produced. the environment of Darjeeling has a unique and magical effect on the tea bush. This flavor cannot be replicated in tea across any other market and this is why Tea from Darjeeling is sold at very high premiums in the international market.
Nilgiri means ‘Blue Mountains’ and it is from these mountains at a high elevation that this tea is grown. A tea from southern India with a mellow clean flavour and great thirst quenching properties. A strong fragrant brew that is great with or without milk. A great alternative for those who enjoy Ceylon, Assam or English breakfast teas but would like to try something a little bit different. A exquisitely aromatic tea, with high tones of delicate floral notes and a golden yellow liquor. Crisply brisk and bright. Lingering notes of dusk flowers with an undercurrent of briskness. Creamy mouth feel. A truly flavorful tea for a stressful day. Nilgiri Orthodox tea has recently been registered as a Geographical Indication in India.
The state of Assam (name derived from ‘Asom’, meaning one without equals), which includes the northern Brahmaputra valley, the middle Karbi and Cachar hills and the southern Barak valley, is home to the single largest contiguous tea growing region in the world. The region goes through extremely humid summers and heavy rainfall from March to September. Assam is the only region globally where tea is grown in plains, and also the only other region apart from Southern China, which grows its own native tea plant. Tea from Assam has a rich, full bodied, deep-amber liquor with a brisk, strong and malty taste, making it ideal for the early morning cup. Second flush orthodox Assam teas are extremely popular for their distinctive taste and bright liquor. Assam Tea has a rich, deep-amber color and is famous for its rich, full-bodied cup. It is known for its brisk, strong and malty character, making it a perfect tea to wake up to. The distinctive second flush orthodox Assam teas are valued for their rich taste, bright liquors and are considered to be one of the choicest teas in the world. Assam Orthodox tea has recently been registered as a Geographical Indication in India.