What kind of tea is popular in India?

India is one of the world’s leading countries in tea production and it grows some of the very best. Though it produces all varieties of tea, it is best known for its black teas, including Assam, Darjeeling, and Nilgiri. Of course, there is also that well-loved spicy chai, which uses the country’s rich spices.

Where is tea famous in India?

India is one of the largest producers of tea in the world, especially from the regions of Assam, Nilgiri and Darjeeling. The major tea producing states in India are Assam, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Tripura, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka and other northeastern states.

Why Indian tea is best?

India produces some of the most flavorful teas in the world. The distinct spices of Chai tea, along with milk that is sometimes added, lends to its’ soothing and warm flavor. The taste of Chai is so pleasant it has become a popular drink in many countries outside of India.

Which tea is better Taj Mahal or Red Label?

Red Label was always more successful. Later Lipton introduced Taj Mahal brand as superior brand (higher price than Red Label) and still could not compete. When Lipton & Brooke Bond merged, I think, it was really Red Label Tea that they started packing in Taj Mahal and less refined one stayed in Red Label boxes.

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