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Ambootia was one of the first tea gardens founded by British colonisers, dating back to 1861. The green-brown leaves with small tips create an infusion golden in colour, the aroma and taste of which suggest juicy yellow plum and a hint of nettle.
Tea has only been grown in India since the turn of the 19th century. Today the country accounts for approximately a third of global production, and Indian teas are considered some of the best in the world. Its tea gardens are typically found in the regions of tropical Assam, Darjeeling with plantations stretching up to the altitude of 2,500 metres above sea level, Sikkim, Dooars and mountainous and rainy Nilgiri.