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Jun Chiyabari, which translates as 'Moonlit Tea Garden', was founded in 2001 by two brothers. Only selected, hand-picked leaves were processed for this artful tea. The garden's tea masters followed the principles of East Asian production...
In 1984, the state of Nepal gave land to over 100 farmers, which resulted in the current tea garden in the form of a cooperative. Located on and named after the third highest mountain in the world, the Kangchenjunga, teas are produced...
This garden was opened in 2001 by two brothers. A matter of the heart, because they were able to tie in with their beautiful childhood memories of the tea plantations. Jun Chiyabari, translated as 'moonlit tea garden'. With much love and...
This garden was opened in 2001 by two brothers. A matter of the heart, because they were able to tie in with their beautiful childhood memories of the tea plantations. Jun Chiyabari, translated as 'moonlit tea garden', is surrounded by...
Ram Kumar Rathi founded this tea garden in 1993. Tea became his passion early on and after many years of intensive training he opened the first private orthodox factory in Nepal near the tranquil village of Maloom.
The area around the small village of Fikkal has now developed into a centre of Nepalese tea cultivation. The local factory dates back to the union of individual tea farmers in the early 1990s, who joined forces to process the raw...
The start of the production in Shree Antu was in 1998, named after the correspondent village, a multitude of different Nepalese cultural groups meet in this area and grow not only tea but also many different vegetables and spices.