Tea in DibrugarhThe ‘Tea City of India’, Dibrugarh in the Upper Assam area, boasts of the highest amount of tea production in India. Dibrugarh town is surrounded by tea gardens all around the city that dates back to the time of the Britishers in India. Set amidst several tea gardens and tea estates, Dibrugarh welcomes tourists to make a tea tour of this wonderful place.
Tea Gardens in DibrugarhThere are a total of 144 tea gardens in Dibrugarh. The first tea garden was at Chabua owned by Maniran Dewan. Dibrugarh is also the headquarters of the Directorate of Development of Small Tea Growers in India. A Regional Office of the Tea Board of India headed by a Deputy Director of Tea Development is also located in the city.
Tea Estates in DibrugarhThe Dibrugarh town has mushrooming growth of tea. Many tea estates and gardens are located around Dibrugarh. Significant among them are:
Chabua tea estate: The British established the first English tea garden at Chabua in 1837. Chabua is the first commercial tea estate in Assam. The word Chabua comes from two Assamese words "cha" and "bua". While "cha" means tea, "bua" means plantation. So Chabua is the place where huge tea plantation is done. The total area of the estate is 1310 hectares. The tea estate produces golden tippy teas with liquors that are flavoury.
Achabam tea estate: The Achabam tea estate was planted in 1924. The name Achabam comes from two words "Acha" and "bam'. While "acha" means good in Hindi, "Bam" means fertile in Assamese. The tea estate occupies an area of 684 hectares. The tea estate produces stylish teas with coloury bright liquors.
Nahortoli tea estate: The Nahortoli tea estate of Assam was planted in 1930. Nahortoli comes from the words "nahar" which is nahar tree and "toli" which is a grove. The tea estate occupies a total area of 798 hectares.
Naharkatiya tea estate: The Naharkatiya tea estate was planted in 1906. The tea estate is named after the nearby Naharkatia town, situated along the boundary of the estate. The tea estate occupies a total area of 370 hectares and produces clean heavy leaf.
Namroop tea estate: The Namroop tea estate was planted in 1898. Namroop means a “ high place around water”. The tea estate occupies a total area of 651 hectares and produces clean black well made grainy leaf.
Jalannagar Tea Estate: Jalannagar Tea Estate is one of the older tea estates in Dibrugarh. It was established in 1959. The tea estate also has a guest house amidst the beautiful tea garden only for official guests.
Deha tea estate: Deha tea estate has a state-of-art technology for manufacturing one of the finest and top quality orthodox and CTC Tea. The tea estate has 266 Hectares of land under tea plantation.
Address: Naliapol, Dibrugarh– 786001
Phone: +91 373 2301159, +91 373 2301953
Heritage tea: Heritage tea is located in Dibrugarh. The unit produces green tea, orthodox tea and CTC tea.
Phone: +91 8011972301, +91 9954497361
Abali Organic Tea Estate: Abali Organic Tea Estate deals in manufacture and supply of organic tea.
Address: Chota Gola, A. T. Road. Dibrugarh
Phone: 373 2300 495
Faneng Tea Company Pvt. Ltd: Faneng Tea Company Pvt. Ltd. deals in ctc tea supply, manufacture, ctc tea service and tea plantation.
Address: Sensowa Niwas, Kumaroni Siga Tinali, Post, Rajabhetta. P.C. 786001. Dibrugarh.
Phone: 373 2371 048
Malibru Tea Industries: Malibru Tea Industries deals in tea spuply and manufacture.
Address: Khemka House, Chandmarighat, Paltan-bazar. 786005. Dibrugarh.
Phone: 373 2301 018
Dhunseri Tea & Industries Ltd: Dhunseri Tea & Industries Ltd manufactures and supplies ctc tea.
Address: Santi Tea Estate, Post-hoogri Jal, 786601. Dibrugarh.
Phone: 374 2911 475
Sinensis Tea Company: Sinensis Tea Company deals in manufacture and export of orthodox tea, ctc tea, green tea, flavour tea.
Address: C/o-mothola Tea Estate, Mankata Road, 786001. Dibrugarh.
Phone: 373 2324 354
Assam Heritage Tea Company Private Limited: The unit produces quality orthodox, green tea and CTC.
Address: Post Office Lahoal, Dibrugarh - 786010