Tea Processing All teas come from the same plant. The differences stem from how they are processed. Freshly harvested leaves contain 75-83% moisture while processe... Read More
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We are located at Siliguri town overlooking the Himalayan ranges with a view of Mt. Kanchenjunga , the second highest peak in the Himalayas at the foothills of Darjeeling , famous for its Muscatel flavored Teas . This uniqueness has earned it the title of "The Champagne of Teas" among Tea Connoisseurs around the world.
The Tea from the Estates or gardens in the Terai (foothills) & the Dooars region are referred to as Dooars Tea named after the region. Dooar Meaning door which is the Gateway to Bhutan. Dooars is now split in the Indian states of West Bengal & Assam.
Teas from Dooars are dark and full-bodied, yet not as strong as Assam teas. The brew from this leaf is richly coloured, the taste spicy and liqueur-like. An anytime tea often used in blends. A daytime tea that goes well with a drop of milk.
We are also located at Guwahati , the state capital of Assam famous for its black teas which brew a burgundy-red cup with rich aroma and strong malty taste. Assam Teas are known for its body, briskness, malty flavor, and strong, bright color sold as "breakfast" teas worldwide.Ideal for the first Morning Cup.