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Visit Tea Gardens

Because a good cup of tea is unbeatable.

Currently, the tea industry is worth 40 billion dollar, making it the second most popular drink in the world, right next to water. And while there are very few places in India that produce the finest quality of tea, Assam definitely sits right on top of the list. Considered as the champagne of teas, Assam is one of the few states in the country where you can savour tea in a cup, right next to the land from where those leaves were plucked from, overlooking hillsides and plantations.

All the 100 tea estates here are a variation on a theme: rolling hills covered with million of low, trimmed shrubs. Women wearing wide brimmed hats or head scarves roam around the fields, hand-plucking two leaves and a bud, then tossing them over their shoulders into wicker baskets that they carry on their back. In fact, each of these women will pick close to thousands of leaves in a day during their entire shift, day in and day out. That’s not all, even the on-site processing centers are filled with long trays, rolling machines and packaging sectors, which provides livelihood to a lot of locals within the state.  

Today, Assam is one of the most prolific tea-producing regions in the world and together all the estates yield approximately 1,500 million pounds of tea, every year. Most of this yield comes from the plantation that is spread across the Brahmaputra river, where you can even take a river cruise and visit Guwahati Tea Auction, which is the largest of its kind in the country.

PS: If you are a true tea lover, head to Assam during the Tea Festival, which is held in Jorhat, generally during the months of November and January.  

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