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Tea

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Bangladesh has inherited the southern-most slopes of the fertile, world-famous tea growing hills rolling down from Assam commonly known as Surma valley. This Valley was inhabited by wild animals a century ago before the human abodes was set up turning the rich valley slopes into tea plantations. In fact first experimental, tea plantation was carried out in the slopes of Chittagong in 1840 and Malnichera was the first commercial tea Estate which went into production in 1857.
It did not take long our teas to establish their place in the London Tea Auction and among the tea tasters and consumers. But the production of tea in those days was still in its primitive phase, each harvest being carried to ocean-going vessels in the Bay of Bengal by boats navigating an intricate network of rivers.

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Today, the picture is quite different.
As we enter the first decade of the 21st century, there is more to the tea growing industry than a heritage we can be proud of our soils are being improved. Our plantations are producing higher yields of the finest quality teas. We are caring for our workforce, the descendants of the original tea planters and pluckers. Overall, the industry is flourishing as Bangladesh tea gains in prestige from season to season, auction to auction. The main tea growing areas are: Sylhet, Chittagong & Panchagar. Approximately 58 million Kg tea are produced annually.

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Our tea is shipped in chests, gunny bags or paper sacks of intentional standard either bearing an original garden mark, bulked or blended. We also export packet tea. Care is taken to ensure that each consignment, however small reaches its destination as fresh as it was when it left the garden. Major importing countries of Bangladesh tea are: Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan, UAE, Saudi Arabia and Russia.

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While our tea gains in popularity, our tea researchers continue their relentless efforts to innovate and improve the quality of Bangladesh tea to meet the demands of the 21st century.

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