Do you know that tea as a beverage comes to us across the ages in the form of a Chinese scroll brushed in 350 A.D. by a scholar named Lu Yu?.
Who found tea?.
In 2737 B.C. the Chinese emperor Shen-Nung was boiling some water when some young leaves from a wild tea bush blew unnoticed into the pot.
He covered the pot and put it to one side. When he poured the liquid into his cup, he noticed a pale amber color, sniffed the pleasing aroma and finally took a sip. That's how we got tea.
It was mid-1800s, when Brits began to search the alternatives of tea plantation, India was still apart of British Emperor, British East India company began to cultivate tea in Assam then.
By today standards, price paid for India tea in 1800s was around $1800 per pound. Yeah! you bet, It was then called "High Tea" or "Royal Tea".
Hmm!...interesting facts isn't it?, but how can we get good tea from Assam?.
We can help. We are a proud partner of one of the manufacturers from Assam, who are an ISO 22000:2005 certified company.
You will be amazed to know that unlike most, Our CTC tea comes from the household tea gardens of the small tea growers of Assam.
They are promoted by SELF HELP GROUP, Who follow organic practices to grow this tea.
While you enjoy the myriad health benefits of this tea, you can also feel proud because with each cup you sip and share, a direct part of the profit goes back to the farmers and their families.
Life is good when you refresh yourself with the natural aroma and at the same time, support them to enhance their lives.
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