A Tea worth you

ATCO Special Tea is the most refreshing way to make every day, extra special! With a legacy of more than 50 Years expertise in tea and its taste, ASSAM TEA HOUSE has been serving this special tea enriched in the goodness of Assam's rich soil and rain. With every sip you will feel enthused with energy and mesmerized with its capativating aroma.

Indian Tea

History Of Tea

Tea was first introduced into India by the British, in an attempt to break the Chinese monopoly on tea. Tea was originally only consumed by Anglicized Indians, and it was not until the 1920s (and in rural North India, the 1950s) that tea grew widely popular in India through a successful advertising campaign by the Tea Board.

In 1837, the first English tea garden was established at Chabua in Upper Assam. In 1840, the Assam Tea Company began the commercial production of tea in the region, run by indentured servitude of the local inhabitants. Beginning in the 1850s, the tea industry rapidly expanded, consuming vast tracts of land for tea plantations. By the turn of the century, Assam became the leading tea producing region in the world. The Indian tea industry currently is the second largest employer in the country.