Indian Tea

Range of Indian Tea: Darjeeling Tea, Assam Tea, Dooars Tea, Nilgiris Tea
Types of Tea: Orthodox Tea, CTC Tea, Green Tea, Organic Tea, Herbal Tea

India is the world's largest consumer of tea in the world – and the second largest producer of tea – including the world's most popular tea varieties - like Assam and Darjeeling tea. Despite the consumption, India is also the largest exporter of tea after China. The Indian tea industry has grown to own many global tea brands, and has evolved to one of the most technologically equipped tea industries in the world.

India's total tea production reached around 1,197.18 million kg in 2014-15. Out of this:

> about 955.82 million kg (79.8%) was produced in North India
> about 241.36 million kg (20.2%) was produced in South India

The most popular drink INDIAN TEA has, and continues to play, an important role in almost all the cultures and customs.. in addition, by far the most refreshing and enjoyable drink across the world. It is widely grown in the Brahmaputra valley, snow kissed Himalayas in Darjeeling, in the foothills of Assam and Dooars, modulating heights of Himalaya in the north and on the blue mountain range of Nilgiri Hills in South India, where these varieties of teas are available round the year.