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  • Encephalitis and dengue awareness drive in SMC Ward No-25 Siliguri

    Sir, Ward no-25 of  SMC siliguri organised a program today for awarness of  Encephalitis ... read more[+]
    Date: 2014-08-09
  • BLOOD DONATIOON CAMP BY A SMALL TEA BROKING FIRM, SILIGURI

    Sir, An Upcoming Tea Broking House, Good Point Tea Pvt. Ltd .at sevoke road , siliguri organized ... read more[+]
    Date: 2014-07-19
  • INVITATION FOR 25Th EXECUTIVE BOARD INSTALLATION CEREMONY

    Dear Lion Friends, It gives me pleasure to let you know that my club, Lions Club Of Siliguri Terai ... read more[+]
    Date: 2014-06-26
  • Blood Cancer Free Medicine

      Dear friends Medicine for Blood Cancer has been found !! Please don't delete this ... read more[+]
    Date: 2014-05-17
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All About Tea

Introduction

Tea :: An Introduction Tea the most consumed popular super -  Beverage of the Millennium  has and continues to play an important role in almost all world cultures and customs.....made to both regional & individual  [+] read continue...

Origin of Tea

Origin of Tea There are various myths & variants as to the origin of tea. Tea has played a significant role in Asian culture for centuries. According to one legend Bodhidharma founder of the Zen school [+] read continue...

History of Indian Tea

History of Indian Tea Assam, Darjeeling, Dooars, Nilgiris are the name of the major regions in India where tea plantation thrives & teas are named after the region they come from. We trace the history in brief of [+] read continue...

The Pioneers

The Pioneers Maniram Dewan, the prime minister of the last Ahom King, Purandhar Singha, was the first Indian to grow tea on a commercial basis in Assam. He was followed by Rosheswar Barua, who established six [+] read continue...

Tea Processing

Tea Processing All teas come from the same plant. The differences stem from how they are processed.   Freshly harvested leaves contain 75-83% moisture while processed tea has a moisture content of less than 3%. Tea production [+] read continue...

Tea Process Chart

Tea Process Chart Each cup of tea represents an imaginary Voyage…… Catherine Douzel   [+] read continue...

Tea Brewing

Tea Brewing  "Brewing the perfect cup of tea is much like cooking. Its creation is both an art and a science" The quality of the water you use to brew your tea will have a considerable effect on the resulting cup. [+] read continue...

Tea Facts

Tea facts ‚ÄčThe Irish are the world's largest individual consumers, each person on an average consuming 3.2 Kg per annum, or 5 cups a day. Experienced tea pickers collect up to 30Kgs (70 pounds) of tea a day by [+] read continue...

Tea and Health

Tea & Health THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF TEA Antioxidant Powerhouse  Cancer Prevention  White Tea Health  Improved Cardiovascular Health and Reduced Risk of Stroke  Reduces "Bad" Cholesterol  Prevents [+] read continue...

Tea Language :: Deesha India Tea

Tea Calling What is tea called in different languages across the globe ›› In different international languages using Tea or Te as derivative Language Name Language Name Afrikaans tee Galician [+] read continue...

Fortune in a cup of tea

Fortune in a cup of tea Fortune in a cup of tea History Method of tea-leaf reading Fortune telling tea cups Methodology Symbols & Shapes Symbols and their meaning A to P Symbols and their meaning Q to Y   Fortune [+] read continue...

More tea language describing dry leaf

More tea language describing dry leaf More tea language describing dry leaf Black tea which has been allowed to ferment as opposed to green tea: also describes colour Blister blistering [+] read continue...

More tea language describing liquor

More tea language describing liquor More Tea Language  Describing Liquors Autumnal Tea manufactured during autumn is known as autumnal tea. The leaf obtained after final firing in that period [+] read continue...