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List of Tea Gardens in Darjeeling

by Shikha Puri 05 Aug 2018 9 Comments
Darjeeling Tea , Darjeeling Tea Garden, List of Darjeeling Tea Gardens; List of Darjeeling Tea Estates

Brief History of Darjeeling Tea

In 1839 Dr Campbell, a civil surgeon of the Indian Medical Service was transferred to Darjeeling. He started experimenting by planting tea seeds from China. The government also established tea nurseries during that period. Commercial development began during the 1850s

About Darjeeling Tea

Darjeeling tea, from the Darjeeling region in West Bengal, India, has traditionally been prized above all other black teas. It is also known as the Champagne of Teas and is coveted as the “World’s Best Tea”,

Darjeeling black tea when properly brewed, has a thin-bodied, light-colored liquor with a floral aroma. The flavor also displays a tinge of astringent tannic characteristics, and a musky spiciness often referred to by tea connoisseurs as "muscatel."

About Darjeeling Tea Gardens

Darjeeling has only 87 Tea Gardens which are spread over seven valleys that cover the Darjeeling Hills. The Darjeeling Tea Estates produce approximately 9.6 million Kgs of tea each year. Darjeeling Tea has a unique taste which can be attributed to its climate, soil, slope, mountain mist, and rain.

Darjeeling tea cannot be grown or manufactured anywhere else in the world, similar to Champagne in that region of France.

List of Darjeeling Tea Gardens

Darjeeling East

Arya Tea Garden

Chongtong Tea Garden

Dhooteriah Tea Garden

Kalej Valley Tea Garden

Liza Hill Tea Garden

Lingia Tea Garden

Marybong Tea Garden

Mim Tea Garden, Darjeeling Mim

Orange Valley (Bloomfield Tea Garden)

Pussimbing Tea Garden

Risheehat Tea Garden

Rungmook / Cedars Tea Garden

Tumsong Tea Garden

Darjeeling West

Badamtam Tea Garden

Bannockburn Tea Garden

Barnesbeg Tea Garden

Ging Tea Garden

Happy Valley Tea Garden

North Tukvar

Pandam Tea Garden

Phoobshering Tea Garden

Puttabong Tea Garden

Rangaroon Tea Garden

Rungneet Tea Garden

Singtom Tea Garden

Soom Tea Garden

Steinthal Tea Garden

Kurseong (North)

Ambootia Tea Garden

Balasun Tea Garden

Eden Vale Tea Garden

Dilaram Tea Garden

Margaret's Hope Tea Garden

Moondakotee Tea Garden

Oaks Tea Garden

Ringtong Tea Garden

Springside Tea Garden

Kurseong South

Castleton Tea Garden

Giddapahar Tea Garden

Goomtee Tea Garden

Jogmaya Tea Garden

Jungpana Tea Garden

Longview (High Lands) Tea Garden

Mahalderam Tea Garden

Makaibari Tea Garden

Mohan Majhua Tea Garden

Monteviot Tea Garden

Mullootar Tea Garden

Narbada Majhua Tea Garden

Nurbong Tea Garden

Rohini Tea Garden

Selim Hill Tea Garden

Seepoydhura Tea Garden

Sivitar Tea Garden

Tindharia Tea Garden

Mirik Region

Gopaldhara Tea Garden

Ghayabaree and Millikthong Tea Garden

Okayti Tea Garden

Phuguri Tea Garden

Seeyok Tea Garden

Singbulli Tea Garden

Thurbo Tea Garden

Upper Fagu Region

Avongrove Tea Garden

Chamong Tea Garden

Dhajea Tea Garden

Nagri Tea Garden

Nagri Farm Tea Garden

Selimbong Tea Garden

Sungma Tea Garden

Turzum Tea Garden

Teesta Valley Tea Garden

Tukdah Tea Garden

Upper Fagu Tea Garden

Teesta Region

Ambiok (Hillton)

Gielle Tea Garden

Glenburn Tea Garden

Kumai (Snow View) Tea Garden

Lopchu Peshok Tea Garden

Namring and upper Namring Tea Garden

Runglee Rungliot Tea Garden

Samebeong Tea Garden


26 Mar 2022 Peter Leonidas

My grandfather, George Russell Neville, became a tea planter when he left the British Army at the end of the 2nd world war.
As far as ive been able to ascertain he worked at a tea garden which translates to the name of " Seven Crows "
Any information would be greatly appreciated.

01 Oct 2020 Ravi
I need a partner there,who has tea estate at good situation and located.

Because I can funding huge there .So only valuable contacts may acceptable.

01 Oct 2020 John

How can I get into contact with tea-plantations that might be interested in increasing their yearly production of green leaves by 20% for one USD per acre per day?

01 Oct 2020 John

How can I get into contact with tea-plantations that might be interested in increasing their yearly production of green leaves by 20% for one USD per acre per day?

01 Oct 2020 Rajesh Saikh

I want to tea business in murshidabad district.
Plz help me
7001799485 plz call me

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