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        A little snap-short.           nilgiri teas  

"Nilgiris", translated, means "Blue Mountain". They are the most spectacular and picturesque mountain range in South India.

Nilgiris teas have long suffered the place of a third cousin behind the popularity of Darjeelings and Assams. Nevertheless, this third cousin is beginning to play a major role in some of the most successful gourmet tea ventures in North America. Nilgiris teas have the right balance of strength, color and astringency to satisfy the needs of tea drinkers ranging from the layman to the connoisseur.

The Nilgiris Tea Growers Association has made great progress in changing the way Nilgiris teas are grown and manufactured and the way they are being used in the industry.

Nilgiris teas produce bright and brisk tea liquors and they do not cloud. The tea-drinking public has yet to discover this gem of a tea from the south of India. I, however, have tapped into this richness and have been offering superior quality Nilgiris for years. The cost of a Nilgiris of superior quality can be high but the gain in quality of product makes this worthwhile.

Nilgiris teas are grown throughout the year, unlike teas from Darjeeling or Assam. Nilgiris teas are often referred to as "The Fragrant One." The flavor and fragrance of a superior Nilgiris is the result of the high elevation at which it is grown. Nilgiris teas are grown among eucalyptus, blue gum and cypress plants and the tea tends to have a flavor hint of mint/lemon/eucalyptus.

Coonoor is the tea center of the Nilgiris auction centers where over one million pounds are sold each and every week. During the rainy season this amount doubles to over two million pounds. The key players in the international tea market are present at the auction center every week to do their buying.

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        Tea a Part of a Life Style       

 The key to a healthy lifestyle include a balanced diet, low in fat, and rich in fruits, vegetables whole grains, regular exercise and not smoking. Tea drinking can be a part of this plan.

        Tea & Health       

    Antioxidants in Tea   

    Black tea provides approximately 20mg of flavinoids antioxidant per cup. It is a natural and more potential source of Anti - Oxidants than most fruits, vegetables and other beverages. Tea flavinoids shown strong antioxidant activity and more powerful than vitamin C and E.

    Tea and Cardio Vascular Disease   

    Cardio vascular disease cause due to the accumulation of lipid mostly cholesterol, in the inner layers of the arteries (blood vessels). This is caused by high level of low density liprotein and LDL Oxidation which results in platelet aggregation and thromboxaine formation. Black tea consumption reduces the risk of the heart disease and stroke. Studies have shown that the tea flavinoids protect low density lipoproteins from oxidation, inhabit plasam lipid per oxidation and inhabit ploatelet aggregation and thromboxaine formation.

        Tea and Cancer       

    Studies an animals shown that tea polyphenols are effective Cancer preventive agents. Tea flavinoids possess bio chemical properties which prevents cancer.

    Tea and Skin Care   

    Chronic damage by UV light can lead to skin cancer. Emerging research result show tea to protect skin from damage and inflammation caused by UV. Effect appears to be the same whether tea is drunk or applied as a topical agent. Thus tea is becoming increasingly popular as a ingredient in various beauty products. As per the emerging scientific evidence tea is a beverage that revives the body by rapid physiological stimulation and mind by increased mental alertness improve in mood and reduction in fatigue.

Tea consumption relax the body through increased vasodilation of skin blood vessels and mind by reducing the feelings of anxiety.

    Tea and Oral Health   

    Tea flavinoids show inhabiting growth of oral bacteria and enzymes responsible for formation of plague.
 
  • Tea is a natural source of fluoride.
     
  • Tea also provide limited quality of nutrients like potassium, folic-acid, manganese and vitamin K.
     
  • Tea contains no additives, fat, sugar, calorie or sodium.
     
     
    Feel free to contact us for your requirements of Nilgiris tea (black, green, organic teas, value added flavour tea)

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