Mizoram tea set for auction debut

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Mizoram is not very well known in the tea world. However, a tea from Mizoram will be launched at the Guwahati Tea Auction Centre next week.

The garden, Liansiam, in Mizoram’s Champhai district, will sell tea under the Thingpui mark.
Thingpui means tea in the Mizo language.

The garden is situated 130km from Aizawl, 4,500 feet above the sea level.

Hills Woodcraft Private Ltd promotes the garden and the company has taken the bold initiative of promoting its tea under the brand mark Thingpui, through the auctions. The company has hired experts from Darjeeling and Assam to produce the best tea. The garden is all set to become organic soon.

The garden makes exclusive green, premium, and orthodox tea.

The garden is spread around 22 hectares and has a factory which is the first registered factory in the state under Tea Board of India.

The garden is spread around 22 hectares and has a factory of its own which is the first registered factory in Mizoram under Tea Board of India.

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