Two offered leaf factories excel at Coonoor tea auction by admin- Tuesday, August 25th, 2020 07:17:29 AM
High Cliff Tea manufacturing facility, a small-scale offered tea leaf manufacturing facility, placed in a small hamlet called Kengarai in The Nilgiris district created a hat-trick through topping the whole South Indian auctions for the third consecutive week.
“At Sale No: 34 of the auctions of Coonoor Tea Trade Association (CTTA), two grades of High Cliff Speciality orthodox teas have been offered by using Nisha Enterprises every at ₹four hundred a kg for export to america,” Ravichandran Broos, General Manager of Paramount Tea Marketing, who auctioned those teas, instructed BusinessLine.
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“This became the best rate no longer simplest in Coonoor auction however the whole South India this week for any tea, orthodox or CTC, from any manufacturing unit, company or small-scale,” he stated.
“This is the fourth time our teas have entered ₹400/kg mark within the ultimate one month however hat-trick has been recorded because of three consecutive topping. We synthetic those teas for ‘The Golden Leaf India Award: Southern Tea Competition’, an initiative of Tea Board and UPASI in which we bagged two coveted titles,” High Cliff’s Managing Director B Rajesh Chander said.
“This is the highest charge fetched by using these grades of our teas in regular auctions considering that manufacturing started in 1984 in our Hittakkal group to which High Cliff belongs,” he mentioned.
“We are happy that we’ve got fetched file fees in South Indian everyday weekly auctions for eight of our grades inside seven months of our changing our factory into one of a kind orthodox tea manufacturing unit,” he referred to.
Another small-scale sold leaf manufacturing unit Homedale Tea Industry located in Coonoor emerged because the handiest one to fetch over ₹three hundred/kg and therefore top the whole CTTA auctions after High Cliff.
“In the CTC market, Homedale Estate’s Pekoe Dust grade, auctioned by way of Global Tea Brokers, topped whilst we offered it for ₹301 a kg,” G Thiagarajan, Proprietor, Shree Abirami Enterprises, stated.
“We sold this for the usage of discerning connoisseurs in The Nilgiris who pick its particular flavour and taste. We are selling it as a unmarried-factory grade without any combination to retain its originality,” he noted.