Tea Estates

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  • Assam Mangalam Gold Summer Black

    Notes of Maple syrup & cocoa brighten up this Assam cup.

    100 gm | 40 cups
    ₹ 999
  • Assam Banaspaty Summer Black

    An Assam cup with notes of malts & hints of yellow raisins.

    100 gm | 40 cups
    ₹ 399
  • Meghalaya Lakyrsiew Summer Clonal Black

    A brisk Meghalaya floral cup with fruity undertones.

    100gm | 40 cups
    ₹ 2,299
  • Darjeeling Goomtee Summer Chinary Black

    Notes of plums & apricots brighten up this Darjeeling cup.

    100 gm | 40 cups
    ₹ 1,099
  • Darjeeling Goomtee Summer Muscatel Black

    A Darjeeling cup with notes of nectarines & apricots.

    100 gm | 40 cups
    ₹ 2,299
  • Darjeeling Margaret's Hope Moonlight Spring White

    A Darjeeling cup with luscious notes of lilies & hyacinth.

    50 gm | 20 cups
    ₹ 2,599
  • Darjeeling Giddapahar Spring Chinary Black

    A Darjeeling cup with sweet green notes & fruity aromas.

    500gm | 200 cups
    ₹5,995 ₹ 2,398 60% Off
  • Nilgiri Havukal Winter Frost Black

    A Nilgiris cup of floral-fruity notes & wintergreens aromas.

    100 gm | 40 cups
    ₹ 799
  • Teabox Roasted Darjeeling Black

    A Darjeeling cup with notes of burnt wood & smoky aromas.

    100 gm | 40 cups
    ₹ 299
  • Nilgiri Glendale Winter Frost Twirl Black

    A fruity-floral Nilgiris cup with wintergreen aromas.

    100 gm | 40 cups
    ₹ 1,499
  • Sikkim Bermiok Classic Autumn Black

    Nuts, wood & stone-fruit aromas brighten up this Sikkim cup.

    100gm | 40 cups
    ₹ 849
  • Ivory Geranium Blossom White

    If luxury was a tea, this decadent blend would be it.

    50 gm | 20 cups
    ₹ 1,399
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Thriving along the ridgelines that branch out of the Himalayas in the north east and the undulating terrains of the Nilgiris in south are the tea growing regions of India. Home to more than 129,000 tea estates spread across over 520,000 hectares, India - the world’s second largest tea growing country - produces more than 950 million kilograms of tea annually, contributing close to 25% to the world tea production. Collectively, 90% of all tea produced in Indian tea gardens is of CTC (Crush, Tear, Curl) grade; loose-leaf orthodox tea comprising the remaining production output.


In every tea growing region, estates are typically engaged in the cultivation of Clonal, Chinary, and Assam-Hybrid tea plants, the latter more commonly cultivated at tea plantations located at near-sea level. However, some of the finer and more high-quality teas are produced at higher elevation where oxygen levels are low, air is cooler, and rainfall is plentiful. Such conditions force the tea plants to grow slowly, creating denser and vibrant flavors that are generally considered indispensable to a great cup.