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  • #7618

    lochantea
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    we are attending World Tea Expo this year too…

  • #6864

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    @peter – yes, this is picture of our tea estate which is in the district of Kishangunj, state of Bihar and this is 75 kilometers south west of our home which is in Siliguri town being the foothills of the district of Darjeeling in state of Bengal – we are lucky to get such views in our everyday life since we have rivers, mountains, forests all around us and our area is the melting pot of mongoloid and negroid races which stretches for another 2000 kilometers east ending in Guangxi passing thru Assam, Mynmar and Yunnan..where thousands of tribes inhibit this area with thousands of languages, foods & cultures..we are lucky to have tea all around us…

  • #6851

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    I tried to grow Jasmine flowers in my garden and they also flower during this season and the combination if taken properly thru the camera is beautiful….

  • #6429

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    it has taken 5 years of hard work to get the tea park in siliguri started with a dry port facility for direct tea exports..will write a post soon..

  • #6315

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    it was only my visit to Liu Da Cha Shan office in kunming which made me sit up and take notice of whatever going on in Yunnan and pu’er and hei and tou cha in Hunan and Sichuan – the areas specific to these teas – and I am doing experiments on my own body along with two persons in my office as genie pigs – results so far are tremendous and will soon start writing about them

    please wait for me…
  • #6280

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    i was with Bill from 20th to 27th october in China and we attended an International tea convention there in hangzhou – my feelings emerge from that experiences which I had from him – earlier on many occassions also he has been airing such views…I have no complaints..he says what he feels..but others have to agree with him if his observations are right…I wish him all the best..Indian teas are excellent teas – I agree that they are not rightly presented but they can not be termed “rubbish”…

  • #6277

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    whatever is said, felt, written or discussed about indian teas worldwide does not conform to Bill’s remarks in TRA centenary in Jorehat few days ago…assam and darjeeling teas are considered superior teas everywhere..

  • #6273

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    Bill has a strong anti-indian feelings and the views expressed here are influenced by his personal disliking but the reality is far away from this – indian teas are good and are presented nicely and trying to cope up with very strong internal demand which leaves hardly anything to export… 

  • #6230

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    Chamong, Seeyok, Sungma, Selimbong are some of the Darjeeling tea gardens which are lesser talked about in these forums.

    Blogs and internet marketing are still a newer concept which does not cover 100% production and slowly spreading to hitherto unknown areas.
    Tea industry in India is slowly opening to these electronic avenues – China has been comparatively must faster… 
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