Meghalaya, in Sanskrit, literally the ‘Abode of Clouds’, has immense potential to produce one of the finest quality tea in the world, due to its unique climatic condition coupled with virgin top soil and pristine nature.
MegTea™, an excellent organic tea produced from the department’s owned tea farms located at Umsning and Upper Shillong have been commented by renowned tea makers to be of very high quality. Manned by tea experts, the factory located at the Tea Development Centre, Umsning produce fresh and top quality tea leaves comprising of high quality clones and seed jats.
MegTea™ has been around for a long time and has not been notice by the people since its produce in its own home and state. It is one of the most organic tea you will find in the market and its taste and aroma makes it one of the unique taste of Organic tea. Many of us when we think of Meg Tea as a common tea and that it’s at par with others.
MegTeaTM is made and grown organically and it is our utmost pride that we share this with you. Taking care of the weather and the humidity of our region we grow our brand of tea with care and affection. Even the fertilizers is made from the compost and the fertilizers are wholly organic making the soil rich and fertile as to not alter the unique taste the MEGTEA™ has. Making it wholly Organic.
Taking care of how we picked our tea. Each and very strand of tea leaf has been carefully selected for each brand, if it is Green, Black or White or even our Oolong Tea which has a great aroma and taste. Each of our selection in tea harvesting has been carried out to fit each brand in their nature and taste as the tea leaves goes through a series of inspection and scrutiny to make our tea one of the best in its class.
We produce about 5 Metric Tonne tea annually. Our objective is to produce low volume but high quality tea. Because of our superior quality, rich and fragrant aroma and powerful liquor, MegTea™ is finding customers as far as the UK, Europe and Australia. According to tea experts, younger tea plants like the one in Meghalaya produce higher yields and rich flavour than the older ones in West Bengal and Assam