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The Avongrove Estate, spread over two ridges densely covered with tea bushes, overlooks the idyllic Balasun River flowing below. The garden was extended by a small piece of land that is not yet covered by the organic certification. With...
Turzum, from the Tibetan dialect for the site of the weekly village market, was founded in the 1860s and shares a factory with its sister garden Sungma. Teas from the Inbetween period can only be plucked for a very short time each year...
The German missionary Joachim Stölke, also known as 'Father Steinthal', founded this tea garden in 1852. He and his family cultivated the land he had leased from the British as a work of mercy. This makes Steinthal one of the very first...
Turzum, from the Tibetan dialect for the site of the weekly village market, was founded in the 1860s and shares a factory with its sister garden Sungma. Autumnal production takes place before the winter dormancy period. Teas from this...
Selected, early plucking from the biodynamic estate Seeyok. Founded in 1869, the name comes from 'Soyek', the Lepcha word for 'land of the believers'. Only about one third of the garden is used for tea cultivation. The remaining area...
A pioneer among the Darjeeling gardens with first plantings in 1858. Nestled between the rivers Rangeet and Majhitar and connected by a suspension bridge with Sikkim.
A hard to access tea garden, situated on a mountain slope, surrounded by pine forests, mountain streams and dense vegetation. Location and high minerality in the soil make the tea thrive uniquely. Founded in 1899.