Mim Classic Spring Oolong Tea
After the sudden demise of the British estate manager, his wife took up the entire responsibility of managing the estate. The local people started referring to this estate as ‘Mem Kaman’ – the garden run by a ‘Mem’ (the local word for a British lady, widely popular during the colonial times). Mim, derived from ‘Mem’, today produces about 100 metric tons of teas annually, the major chunk of which is organic. The profiles of Mim teas are particularly unique because of the fact that 80% of the plantation comprise of China bushes.