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First Flush Spring Tea

First Flush Spring Tea

I love spring anywhere, but if I could choose I would always greet it in a garden. ~Ruth Stout That’s how all of us have felt after a harsh winter spell. The glory of spring can only be felt in an open garden valley, with morning breeze whispering with a floral mist. When the sun...Read More  
Life of Bipul in Nahorhabi

Life of Bipul in Nahorhabi

Nahorhabi Tea Estate is situated in Assam, is also very close to the state of Nagaland. Nahorhabi Estate got its name from ‘Nahor’ trees, because once this area had beautiful forest of Nahor trees. This tree bears sparkling red tender leaves during spring which gives it a majestic look. There is a small heritage attached...Read More  
History  of ‘TEA CURRENCY’

History of ‘TEA CURRENCY’

Tea, the most wonderful beverage mankind has ever known, has always intrigued me. Its use as a currency is only a glimpse of its crowning glory. The use of strange and odd forms of currencies like stone or feathers was common in primitive times, but tea bricks has remained most unusual. Tea bricks or compressed...Read More  
Why our Garden Fresh Fragrant tea?

Why our Garden Fresh Fragrant tea?

Our brains do create scent memories, according to Stephen Shea, PhD, the lead author of a study published in the Journal of Neuroscience, who teamed with researchers at Duke University Medical Center to show that the part of the brain that processes scents, the olfactory bulb, is active in producing long-term memories. “We can all...Read More  
A sneak-peek in the world of CTC

A sneak-peek in the world of CTC

As a true Indian I have always loved my cup of strong ‘CTC tea’. Now what is CTC tea? It’s our ‘Chai’ which we have almost every day. In this post i will give you a little sneak-peek into the world of CTC. All tea is produced from a plant called Camellia Sinesis, but the...Read More