Revitalizing the tired soul with our Natural Tea,Masala Mix Tea,Adrak Mix Tea, Golden Dust Tea,Hotel Mixture Tea and various other products since 2010...
Consumed by almost a billion people across the nation, Tea has emerged as the choice of hot beverage for most of the general populous of the nation. The drink is consumed on a daily basis and has become popular owing to the refreshment it provides and the various health benefits that sound too good to be true. We, Tarun Trading Company, have been providing our clients with a wide variety of flavoured masala teas that have become popular owing to their exceptional flavor. We are a Manufacturer and Exporter of a number of teas including but not limited to Natural Tea, Masala Mix Tea, Adrak Mix Tea, Golden Dust Tea and Hotel Mixture Tea. Today, our company is witnessing a surge in demand owing to the high quality we offer at reasonable prices.
History Of Tea
The history of tea in India finds its roots in colonial times, when the British superintendent Dr. Campbell, experimented in the hills of Darjeeling by planting a few seeds of the Chinese variety of tea. The conditions around the hill station were adequate for the cultivation of the plant and the plants grew rapidly. Soon, the government permitted entrepreneurs to clear 40 percent of the forest area and convert it into tea plantation. Captain Samler was the first to to start a tea garden way back in 1856, managed by the Darjeeling Tea Company and the Kurseong.
The tea company started numerous other tea gardens in Ambootia, Phoobsering, Ging, etc., while the Lebong company set up gardens in Badamtam and Tukvar. Till 1874, a total of 113 tea gardens had been set up which employed well over 19,000 employees and was spread over an area of 18,888 acres. These numbers grew to 117 gardens spread over 42,700 acres.
Today, there are a total of 69 gardens that are spread over an area of 50,000 acres and provide employment to about 50,000 skilled and unskilled workers. These gardens have two different varieties of tea growing in them including a Chinese species and an Assamese one. Around 25 percent of the total plantations in India practice organic farming and refrain from the use of chemical based agro supplements, pesticides and fertilizers.
Tea & Health
Tea has become the drink of choice in India and is a must have for many after waking up in the morning or as a refreshment after a long days work. Today, tea is being consumed not only for its great taste but also the various benefits one get from it. Researchers have found a close correlation between a reduction numerous common health problems such as Diabetes, Heart Disease, Cataract and regular tea consumption. The hot beverages also contain Tanins, Flouride and Caffine that prevent inflammation, promote oral health and act as a stimulant respectively. This power drink also boasts vitamins B and C as well as minerals such as potassium, manganese and magnesium.
Consuming around 5 to 6 cups of the beverage on a regular basis decreases chances of heart attacks and relieves the consumer from fatigue, depression and headaches. Additionally, tea offers various skin related benefits and reduces stress levels. Unlike coffee, tea contain Theanin that slows down caffine effects on the body. The hot beverage is suitable for people on diets if consumed sans milk and sugar.
Popularity Of Tea
The popularity of tea has increased over the years owing to not just its health benefits but also the mildly addictive flavor it has. The popularity of this beverage can be attributed to the following reasons:
- A cup of tea sets the mood for conversation and relaxes the tired mind.
- It is ideal to be consumed during anytime of the day.
- Tea is widely served to guests and warms not only the body but the soul as well.