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Nilgiri tea is generally described as being a dark, intensely aromatic, fragrant and flavoured tea grown in the southern portion of the Western Ghats Mountains of Southern India. It is grown in the hills of the Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu, though there are numerous other tea-growing districts in South India as well, including Munnar and Central Travancore, further south in Kerala state.
The land of the Tiger and the one-horned Rhino. The land through which the mighty river, the Brahmaputra, winds its majestic course. Assam - rich in nature's bounty and a rainfall ranging from 100 to 150 inches per year - a bounty that ensures a very special place for the teas grown here. These teas are referred to simply as "Assam" and offer rich, full-bodied, bright tea liquor. For those who favor a bright, strong cup of tea, Assam is "your cup of tea." Assam is the single largest contiguous tea growing area in the world. Assam Orthodox Tea is a flavourful delight.
This fine Nilgiri tea is produced in the mountainous areas of Southern India. The golden flowery orange pekoe tea is made from the first two leaves and bud of the shoot. The tea liquor is dark with intensely aromatic, fragrant and flavored taste.