Picture lofty hillocks, gurgling waterfalls, meandering rivers and lush forests. Fancy hazy blue mountains overlooking golden rice paddies patched with palm and bamboos. And amidst this, imagine seemingly endless gorgeous vistas of green tea gardens. This is a land of exquisite natural beauty swathed in absolute purity. This is the the fertile Brahmaputra valley of Assam and the Dooars region of West Bengal.
At Amalgamated Plantations, our offerings to our buyers ensure a fast - infusing and strong flavoured CTC tea. Our estates spread across Assam and West Bengal which produce....
Hand plucked with the finest fingers of tea pluckers, we offer orthodox tea which is sure to soothe senses and make tea-drinking a fine experience.
Our green tea is made solely from the leaves of camellia sinensis that have undergone minimal oxidation during processing which helps in weight reduction.
A sprawling 687 acres of luscious green with an annual turnover of 600 MT worth of organic produce, India's largest integrated organic farm - The Hathikuli Tea Estate thrives on the fringes of the Kaziranga National Park. Our commitment towards creating a sustainable ecosystem has made us venture into organic farming with the result that since 2011, we have been a certified Organic Estate.
Our tea estates don't just produce tea. They yield freshness, cultivate purity, and nurture the true essence of nature. After all, the verdant valley with its undulating rich terrain, fed by the mighty Brahmaputra and its rivulets, all conspire together to deliver a wholesome and divine experience.
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Born in the virgin land of verdant greens, nurtured by the sanctity of nature, and raised on the values and principles of unbridled and absolute purity, Amalgamated Plantations Private Limited (APPL) isn't like any other tea plantation company. It is one of India's largest and most revered tea producers. One, with a rich heritage that goes backover a century. And a legacy shared with the house of the Tatas.