Assam Tea Industry


'Assam Tea Industry' - 3 News Result(s)

  • 1 Kg Of This Rare Assam Tea Was Sold For Rs 70,500 At Auction

    1 Kg Of This Rare Assam Tea Was Sold For Rs 70,500 At Auction

    A rare variety of tea in Assam was auctioned for Rs 70, 501 a kg at the Guwahati Tea Auction Centre (GTAC) on Wednesday. Ortodox Golden Tips, from the Maijan tea estate, smashed the record set by another specialty tea-the Manohari Gold-that was auctioned for Rs 50,000.

  • Rare Assam Tea Fetches Rs 50,000 Per Kg At Auction, Sets New Record

    Rare Assam Tea Fetches Rs 50,000 Per Kg At Auction, Sets New Record

    At a time when the 200-year old tea industry in Assam - established under the British rule -is facing tough times, a rare variety of handmade tea from the Manohari Tea Estate was auctioned for Rs 50,000 a kg at the Guwahati Tea Auction Centre (GTAC) on Tuesday, setting a new record.

  • 180-Year-Old Assam Tea Industry Gets Its First Woman Garden Manager

    180-Year-Old Assam Tea Industry Gets Its First Woman Garden Manager

    The 180-year-old Assam Tea industry has always been male dominated. The tea leaves are pluck by women, but they are always led by male 'Sardars'.

'Assam Tea Industry' - 3 News Result(s)

  • 1 Kg Of This Rare Assam Tea Was Sold For Rs 70,500 At Auction

    1 Kg Of This Rare Assam Tea Was Sold For Rs 70,500 At Auction

    A rare variety of tea in Assam was auctioned for Rs 70, 501 a kg at the Guwahati Tea Auction Centre (GTAC) on Wednesday. Ortodox Golden Tips, from the Maijan tea estate, smashed the record set by another specialty tea-the Manohari Gold-that was auctioned for Rs 50,000.

  • Rare Assam Tea Fetches Rs 50,000 Per Kg At Auction, Sets New Record

    Rare Assam Tea Fetches Rs 50,000 Per Kg At Auction, Sets New Record

    At a time when the 200-year old tea industry in Assam - established under the British rule -is facing tough times, a rare variety of handmade tea from the Manohari Tea Estate was auctioned for Rs 50,000 a kg at the Guwahati Tea Auction Centre (GTAC) on Tuesday, setting a new record.

  • 180-Year-Old Assam Tea Industry Gets Its First Woman Garden Manager

    180-Year-Old Assam Tea Industry Gets Its First Woman Garden Manager

    The 180-year-old Assam Tea industry has always been male dominated. The tea leaves are pluck by women, but they are always led by male 'Sardars'.

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