ABOUT THE GARDEN
Nahorhabi Estate got its name from ‘Nahor’ trees, because once this area had beautiful forest of Nahor trees. This tree bears sparkling red tender leaves during spring which gives it a majestic look. There is a small heritage attached to this estate situated in the Shivasagar District where the famous Shiva Temple is located, a pilgrimage place for pilgrims from all over India . The tea estate though situated in Assam is also very near to the state of Nagaland. Nahorhabi Tea estate was acquired by Jayshree Tea and Industries Ltd. In 1955. Over the years with continuous investment in expansion, quality and infrastructure, the total area under tea plantation has increased from 227.77 to 696.37 hectare. it is one of the first tea estates in North India to receive ISO 9002 certificate for growing, processing and marketing of Orthodox and CTC tea and also one of the first tea estate in the world for Orthodox tea processing. The garden management is committed to protecting the environment and uplifting ecological balance of the area. One side of the garden is covered by dense forest. Garden management also carries out regular plantation of trees in the fallow areas of the garden. Nahorhabi garden produces excellent quality Assam orthodox and CTC teas.
BEST TIME TO DRINK
BREWING INTRUCTIONSUse filtered or bottled water. Bring the water to a rolling boil. Put in 2.5–3 g of loose tea for every cup. Let it steep for 3–5 min. Strain into a cup and serve
Leaf: Uniform pekoe fannings, exuding a sweet malty aroma.
Liquor: Bold and brisk coppery liquor with a rich, strong full-bodied taste.
Infusion: The infusion of Assam pekoe fannings releases a deep amber colour and a robust character.