Garden Story

Radhikas fine teas has exclusive tie-ups with premium gardens, thus being readily able to source superior fine teas for you:

Sivitar Tea Estate

Sivitar Tea Estate

Sivitar Tea Estate of the Ambootia tea group is cradled in the graceful hills of the South Kurseong Valley, West Bengal. It produces the best of teas from white to black, using organic & bio dynamic farming methods. ‘Sivitar’ means ‘the abode of Shiva’. The tea estate is like a hill with a river flowing along the base.

Jamguri Tea Estate

Jamguri Tea Estate

Jamguri tea estate of the Ambootia tea group is situated in the high quality belt of Golaghat district on the South Eastern boundary of Assam. The estate is located on the South bank of the Brahmaputra River, and is about 40 kms west of the border with Nagaland. The famed Kaziranga Wildlife Park is just 150 kms west of Jamguri.

The best of Assam; breakfast, masala and blends are sourced from here.

Jamguri gets its name from the Jamun – the small, succulent, dark purple fruit that once grew wild on the land where the estate now stands. ‘Guri’ means place and therefore ‘Jamguri’ means ‘the place of Jamun’.

Longjing Plantation

Longjing Plantation

The famed Longjing plantation is situated in Hangzhou, China.

The fresh, green breakfast tea of China gets its name ‘Longjing’ from this plantation.

Surrounded by the beautiful West Lake and swayed by the unending mountain air, Longjing produces the most flavourful green tea.

Laoshan Plantation

Laoshan Plantation

The picturesque Laoshan plantation is in Qingdao, west of Beijing, China.

The mountain air, altitude and the river below makes Laoshan tea superior in taste and quality.

We source the finest of organic leaves from this plantation, from Silver Needle White tea to Laoshan Green.