Located in the Upper Assam Region of India, each of our estates have unique locations with suitable geo climatic conditions which make our teas rather special and impart it a distinctive identity. Community Development and Conservation of Nature and Biodiversity are some of the key initiatives being implemented in our estates as part of our sustainable development policy.


Meaning the place where the Burmese were defeated, Mancotta Tea Estate is located between the town of Dibrugarh in Upper Assam & the Jokai Reserved Forest. It produces some of the best Assam Orthodox teas, predominantly brimming with shiny



With our promise of a shift towards a more sustainable world, we began our very first 100% organic project in the year 2014, in a little haven called Mukul. Today, a lush green estate with tea, bamboo and banana plantations, Mukul is home to a variety of



This mark is synonymous with some of the finest Assam CTC & Orthodox Teas which give some of the most delightfully bright golden yellow cups. Limbuguri teas indeed offer a brisk a strong Assam flavor. Neighboring the Dibru Saikhowa National



Baughpara is located between the town of Dibrugarh in Upper Assam and its neighbouring Jokai Reserved Forest. “Baughpara” when translated means “the landing place of cranes” and the common species found here are the Adjutant Storks



The tale goes that “Ethelwold” gets its name from the daughter of its original British planter, Ethel. Located along the banks of the majestic River Brahmaputra in district of Dibrugarh, in Upper Assam, this picturesque garden has some of the best Assam black