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India produces some of the highest quality and most popular tea leaves in the world.
Assam tea is grown at high altitudes, in estates along the Brahmaputra River, where the second flush leaves (second harvest of the season) are highly sought after for their rich, malty flavour. East of Assam, between the borders of Nepal and Bhutan, are the Darjeeling tea gardens which are considered the most desirable in the world. Darjeeling is located on the slopes of the Himalayas and these teas estates are the highest in the world.

The Halmari Estate is located in the upper plains of the Assam region where it has been producing
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Dotted along the Brahmaputra River in Assam, India's north eastern province are a row of tea garde
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The 800 acre Castleton tea estate was first established by Dr. Charles Graham in 1885 and is one o
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Darjeeling tea and in fact the entire Darjeeling region owe their existence to the hot Indian summ
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The Happy Valley estate is the second oldest of the Darjeeling tea estates and produced excellent
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After successful experiments growing tea in the Darjeeling region in the 1840's the Steinthal Tea
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India produces two of the most well known types of tea in the world; Assam and Darjeeling which ar
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