Assam Mamri tea in Maharashtra, directly from Assam, results in QUALITY Assam tea at CHEAPER price anywhere in Maharashtra, @ ₹ 220
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OF Rs 320
BOPsm Rs 220
BP Rs 280
BP Rs 220
OF Rs 260
BOPsm Rs 320
Blend Rs 240
BPsm1 Rs 220
BOP Rs 280
PD Rs 300
Bopsm1 Rs 220
Assam Tea in Maharashtra We are consistent supplier of Assam Mamri and Bhukhi tea to Maharashtra directly from Assam. We supply it directly from four specific Assam tea gardens to maintain year long steady quality and consistent price. We sell tea to any wholesalers including new comers. You can get both loose and packet tea from us. You have both options, first starting your own Assam tea brand in Maharashtra or you can try your hand with loose Assam tea in Maharashtra for a few months before starting your own Maharashtra Assam tea brand. Starting loose tea business involves less capital investment. Since, we sell it directly to any wholeselars, big, small or a new comer, you get Assam tea at Assam local price and better quality. Moreover you can get the within 15 days of actual tea production, shelf life of your tea is at least four months higher than tea bought from other Maharashtra wholesalers. Your packet or loose tea remains fresh for longer time. Whereas your local Maharshtra wholesalers buy tea through a long list of wholesalers resulting in at least four months delay in reaching to ultimate consumers. Plus if you calculate profits made by every link of this long chain of wholesalers, you may find and extra profit of not less than 25% than all your contemporary wholesalers. To buy tea from us, you must be GST registerred and you are required to order at least 500 kg from one garden. Actually 500 kg tea is a very small quantity for tea business for catering one fourth of area of a small town but to make Assam tea a low investment business, we accept minimum 500 kg order.
Wholesale Price Currently, our Black Mamri and Bhuki Tea wholesale prices/kg are On 25/09/20
Wholesale price is influenced by Assam Tea Auction price. It may go up or down. But you are assured that you will get best available price.To avail wholesale price, you require to buy at least 500 kg at a time. Transportation from Assam to your city and 5% GST extra.
Packet tea Distributorship in Maharashtra We also offer distributorship or Dealership of our packet tea in your area. Wholesale price of Our packet tea, starts from ₹ 250 to ₹ 300 per kg.
Generally our MRP is ₹ 450, but buyer can modify this depending on transportation cost and local requirements.
To become our distributor, you need to buy our packet or loose tea, at least for 3 months. Depending on your total transacktion for all 3 months, we may offer you exclusive distributorship for your district or State.
Retail Price for Maharashtra We do not sell in retail. But if you inisist, we may sell our tea at Average Rs 350 per kg Please remember, minimum order is 25 kg. If you are outstation buyer, please add Speed Post charges of Rs 150 per kg. You will receive your tea packet within 5 to 7 days. for ordinary parcel charges is below Rs 75 but delivery might take more than 2 weeks.
Tea sample for Maharashtra
We will happily give free tea sample to all buyers, but problem is, we sell our tea throughout India, even giving free 10 gram tea sample to 125 crore Indian is a magnificient costly affair.
You may take maximum 1500 gram samples, consisting of main 15 qualities at Rs 1500 including Speed Post courier charges. Alternatively,
You may take 6 samples of 100 gram each at Rs 600. You can make 40 cups of tea with our 100 gram sample. We do not sell sample. Sample charge will be refunded on your first order.The money you deposit is a proof that you are a genuine tea businessman.
Serve Your Own Tea Brand in Maharashtra
Please remember, we do not sell high priced, COSTLY Assam tea. Rather we sell good quality, Average COST Assam tea, preferred by regular tea buyers. You may contact us for packet tea distributorship in your district.
Tea Names discussed To make your business a successful one, you must know the at least basic important things about it. Many new tea businessmen are often becomes confused about Primary, Secondary or RP Tea. For easy understanding, we have decided to put explanation of Primary, Secondary and Reprocessed Tea. When new green leaf is processed and graded, primary tea is made. Primary tea is the best quality of every tea factory. But a small percentage of this tea, depending on quality of green leaf, may be of less weight or contains more fiber or may not be in acceptable size. This tea is required to be resorted. This resorted tea is called Secondary tea. Due to resorting, it looses some of its bloom and strength. Reprocessed tea stands below secondary grade. When green leaf is processed, fiber, unacceptable size, tea balls comes out of Drier and Sorting machines. This is re cut in CTC machines as if new tea is being made including drying and sorting. This is called Reprocessed tea. Since it has been made from the residue of original green leaf, quality goes down and priced low.
Time to burgain for Assam Tea
Assam tea is full of all good things that you can think of. One of these many good things of Assam tea is that it is being taken by all and at all time of the year and at all time of the day and almost all time of night. This, along with other numerous healthy benefits of Assam tea including low price, it is very easy to market and sale. You can buy it throughout the year and sell it throughout the year. But if you want to buy it directly from tea plantation, best time to start buying it from the month of end March. New tea season for Assam, Dooars and Darjeeling tea starts in the month of March. New fresh leaves start coming up after couple of months of lull period. New eye soothing soft leaf comes out and one can make good tea with those tender leaf. Then come second flush at june to August. Both Assam, Dooars and Darjeeling, Tripura Tea gardens makes their best tea during this second flush. Please check Assam Tea for more information. After August, quality of Assam, Tripura or Darjeeling Tea start coming down. Strength of liquor and brightness come down. Then you require more quantity, may be one full spoon tea leaf for making a cup of quality tea.
Generally, Assam tea quality remains Best to Better till November. During December it comes down to Good quality. From January onward, it becomes avarage quality and low priced. So best time to buy Assam tea is March to is half of December. But if you want cheap Assam tea for mixing with better quality Assam tea then January to February is the best time.
Better Quality Tea We always tell our buyers Consumers never fail to appreciate better quality. Many tea businessmen, always look for low priced tea, so that he can sell it at low price than his competitors. But always remember, buy always low priced tea but never buy low quality tea. Low quality tea may be spurious, old stock and stale . It is always better to buy from source instead of buying tea from middlemen. Low priced tea may or may not be good and or hygienic, but better quality tea is always good and healthy.
Space Required for Tea Stocking Space is costly every where, particularly in a State like Maharashtra. So lets find out how much space you require to staock your tea. Generally a 35 kg bag size is height 24 inces, breadth 9 inches and length 29 inches that is .75 Foot x 2 feet and 2 and half feet. So if you keep the bag lying on the floor, it will take up 2.5 feet x 2 feet and upwards .75 foot. So if you lay 4 bags side by side, it will cover 10 feet.
So if you make seven rows, you can keep 28 bags or approximately one thousand KG. Upwards it will cover .75 foot x 7bags = 5.25 feet and breadth will cover 2 running feet. So if roof of your wholeselling office is 11 feet and length is of over 8 feet, you can keep 2000 kg of tea on one side of the room. But, we advice to keep it in two raows, so that it does not fall, if stacking was stright. On the basis of this calculation you can correctly estimate, how much tea you can keep in stock.
How to Pay You may deposit money in our bank account for Sample or for wholesale tea. Numbers are -- Assam Tea, A/C No-2034050000806, IFSC No- UTBI0ITKR13, United Bank of India, Itkhola Branch, Silchar, Assam. Or Nilanjan Dhar, ID- 310119309, A/c No - 3246221369, Post Office Savings Bank Account, Silchar Head Post Office, Assam.
Or At Nilanjan Dhar, Punjab and Sind Bank, Silchar Branch, A/c no 03451000003592, IFSC-PSIB0000345, MICR-788023002. Or At Nilanjan Dhar, Punjab National Bank, A/c No 3110000100096261, MICR 788024002, IFSC PUNB0311000, Silchar Branch.
Sample Please deposit Minimum ₹ 600 for main 6 Tea samples, and Maximum ₹ 1500 for 15 sample. Then Whatsapp your full address with pin code and payment receipt. Next day, we will courier it. Or you may also take minimum 30 kg tea @ Rs 500 per KG pius 5% GST plus Transport. Tea Order To order tea, please deposit at least Rs 50000 as advance and email your address, GST number and your detail requirement.
We will issue Proforma Invoice after receiving advance.
Balance after we finsh packing, approximately after 3/7 days.
Once you pay the balance, we will immediately dispatch it.
For Sample or bulk purchase, Please insert your detail Before Making Payment in the Next Page. You can also send us your requirement through email without registration. Email id is at the bottom of this page.
Tea Grades Meaning
Many new tea businessmen are often becomes confused about Primary, Secondary or RP Tea. For easy understanding, we have decided to put explanation OF Primary, Secondary and Reprocessed Tea.
When new green leaf is processed and graded, primary tea is made. Primary tea is the best quality of every tea factory.
But a small percentage of this tea, depending on quality of green leaf, may be of less weight or contains more fiber or may not be in acceptable size. This tea is required to be re sorted. This re sorted tea is called Secondary tea. Due to re sorting, it looses some of its bloom and strength.
Reprocessed tea stands below secondary grade. When green leaf is processed, fiber, unacceptable size, tea balls comes out of Drier and Sorting machines. This is re cut in CTC machines as if new tea is being made including drying and sorting. This is called Reprocessed tea. Since it has been made from the residue of original green leaf, quality goes down. We have given below images with relevent descriptions. Actual product may slightly vary due to limitations of camera. Secondary or Reprocessed tea are size wise same to its primary counterpart. But quality wise lower.
When we finish processing tea, its comes out of Drier in mixed sizes and shapes.
Then it is graded according to its sizes.
Top of the list is B O P L--Means Broken Orange Pekoe Large. Its the biggest size in CTC tea. Good in aroma, Good Orane colour but light in liquor. Since size is big and traditionally most of India is not habituated with this size, so it is not very popular everywhere in India. Genearally, tea gardens always try to to make or totally avoid making BOPL. BopL is mostly used in blending with other tea for its flavour and colour properties. Price wise also cheper than other smaller grades.
B P S--Means Broken Pekoe Sauchong.
it comes after B O P L in size but taste generally better than B O P L. it is also not easy to to differentiate between BOPL and BPs, size wise, even for an expert. Like BopL, BPs is also not extensively used.
It gives better colour, better liquor and sufficient aroma in comparison to B O P L. Like BOPL, it is also mainly used to in blending.
We get it through 8 holes per inch in a mesh.
B O P--stands for Broken Orange Pekoe.
It comes after B P S in size but taste generally better than B O P L. It is also popular with domestic as well as internation household buyers.
It gives better colour, better liquor and sufficient aroma in comparison to BPs.
We get it through 10 holes per inch in a mesh.
Bop is more popular than its bigger grades.
B O P S M--is shortform for Broken Orange Pekoe Small. Size wise it comes after Bop. It contains both liquor and flavour. Actually more flavour. It is very popular among household consumers. Since its size is well accepted by consumers, a prospective wholealer can solely sell this grade. Those who prefer decent tea, neither strong nor mild with tea aroma, like BOPsm. For getting B O P S M, you require 12 holes per inch in a mesh.
B P-- Means Broken Pekoe.
Size wise its an ideal size, appearance eye pleasing, contains both strong liquor and nice aroma. In all tea grades, BP comes exactly middle size. it is Very popular among household consumers and high end hotels. Normal tea consumers, who take tea with milk, BP is preferred by them.
To get B P, you need 14 holes per inch in a mesh.
B P Sm-- Means Broken Pekoe Small.
Smaller than B P, contains stronger liquor, popular among big hotels and households.Here you require 18 holes per inch in a mesh.
OF--Short form of Orange Fannings. Size is eye pleasing like B P and B P Sm. Contains strong liquor. Popular with all hotels, restaurant, tea stalls etc and to some extent among domestic consumers.
For making of grade, your mesh must have 22 holes per inch.
P D-- P D stands for Pekoe Dust. is above PF and Dust and below OF- size wise.
Popular with tea stalls, restaurant due to its strong and quick liquor. Generally P D gives nice coloured tea.You require 26 holes per inch in your sorting mesh.
Dust-- You understood it clearly. It is simple and pure tea dust. The final and smallest size. It gives strongest colour and liquor. Very popular with tea stalls. But should be used with other grades. Otherwise, it resembles more like dirt.
to get this smallest sizes, you need to use 30 holes per inch mesh.
We call B O P S M, B P and B P S M are premium grades and these are costlier than other primary grades. Secondary grades are described with same name but with an 1 at the end. Like B P1, B O P S M1, of1. Secondary grades contains all characteristics of primary grades but in lesser quantity. For example B P1 will look similar to B P but B P1 will be somewhat brownish. It will contain less liquor, less aroma and also less bloom. Similarly all secondary grades are similar sizes of theirs primary counter part but contain less qualities then the primaries.