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We have been in the Nilgiris (Blue Mountains) – Tamil Nadu, India since 1900’s. Our predecessors came here as regimental bankers, to the British; later establishing them selves as cloth merchants, under the name of “JASRAJ PABOODAN”. Due to our banking activities, we were well connected with all the tea gardens. This association helped us enter tea business. We exported tea to Sudan, Egypt, U.S.S.R. and the U.K. and locally supplied tea to many big companies in India such as M/s Lipton’s, M/s Brook-bonds. Under the name of “OSWAL TEA SYNDICATE” (established in 1901) for more than 50 years. We currently export and sell tea in the local and international market in the name of “SURESH &...

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chai safari

What do we do? We simplify the journey of tea for you. A cup of tea, gently brewed to perfection, is a thing of romance. It is also something that involves a great amount of effort – trust us, we know. With a huge variety of teas to choose from, all unique in their own right, it is overwhelming to choose the right tea for yourself. Each variety of tea, like different genres of music, appeals to a different mood, taste and occasion. Tea is as complex as it is varied. That certainly does not mean that you need to be an expert to enjoy a cup of exquisite tea. All you do is come to us! We help you find you navigate through the plethora of teas available and enable you to choose your perfect...

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tea india

Tea was discovered in China and for hundreds of years, remained a Chinese beverage. Tea grew in popularity in Asia and made its way to Europe and England in the 16th century. In the 1830s, the British East India Company became concerned about the Chinese monopoly on tea, which constituted most of its trade and supported the enormous consumption of tea in Great Britain. The British colonists discovered tea growing wild in Assam and in the 1850s started cultivating tea plantations locally. Historically Indians viewed tea as a herbal medicine rather than as a recreational beverage so consumption of black tea within India remained low until the promotional campaign by the British in the early 20th century, which encouraged factories, mines, and textile mills to provide tea breaks for their workers. Since then, tea has became a big part of the Indian...

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golden tips tea

Established in 1933 in India, where the finest teas of the world are grown with a mission to epitomize the art of drinking gourmet teas, Golden Tips is among the oldest & most reputed brand from India. A brand originating from Darjeeling, it is cherished by connoisseurs & tea lovers across the globe for the quality of its teas. Over the years, established under the leadership of Madhav Sarda, a 3rd generation tea entrepreneur, the brand has diversified from retail to wholesale, & ultimately to exporting its offerings in value added & branded packs. Its retail presence also spans across 16 exclusive tea boutiques & counters across India, including the original store in Darjeeling, to make available the favourite souvenir takeaway from India for all visiting tourists, travellers & tea lovers from abroad. For enquiries regarding distribution & agency in your country, mail us at...

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vahdam teas

A treasured legacy of over 80 years in the Indian tea industry and a revolutionary idea is what led to the creation of VAHDAM. A novel approach to the traditional supply chain, coupled with our pioneering technology, all to put the glory of pure handpicked Indian teas on the globe, courtesy of a home-grown brand. No Unnecessary Middlemen. Straight from India’s divine gardens to your cup. All made possible by one...

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