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private:mcleodganjteahouse-2 1296768 Mar 19th, 2018 12:00AM Mcleodganj Tea House 82 1.00 Open Consumer Goods Mar 18th, 2018 09:37PM Mar 18th, 2018 09:37PM Open Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
private:mcleodganjteahouse-2 1296768 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Mcleodganj Tea House 78 1.00 Open Consumer Goods Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Mcleodganj Tea House shares teas, equipage and accompaniments by invitation with discerning tea drinkers and connoisseurs around the world. Mcleodganj Tea House complements a 150 year legacy in tea growing, blending and brewing with state of the art technology to create memorable tea ceremonies for the greatest residences, finest hotels, classiest homes and most powerful offices on ground, on sea and in the air. When the British Commissioner to China relocated to India as the Viceroy of British India - he set up his summer home in the sylan Dauladhar hills in what is now called Mcleodganj in 1860. He was surprised to find the shrubs refered to as Tea in China in his estate and went about bringing in modern cultivation techniques to tea which has today made India the worlds largest producer consumer of tea. The Viceroy set up a private tea house in a building called the Mortimer House around 1860 which was catered to and operated by Nowrosjee & Son which had been newly established. The Viceroy's residence was known far and wide as an outstanding host for elaborate tea ceremonies. To this date, Mcleodganj which is the second wettest place on earth and one of the highest hill stations in India produces a very exquisite type of green tea which has been used for generations to make the royal version of the Kashmiri Kahwa and as an additive to the finest Darjeeling teas to give it a unique aroma and flavour. Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
private:mcleodganjteahouse-2 1296768 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Mcleodganj Tea House 78 1.00 Open Consumer Goods Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Mcleodganj Tea House shares teas, equipage and accompaniments by invitation with discerning tea drinkers and connoisseurs around the world. Mcleodganj Tea House complements a 150 year legacy in tea growing, blending and brewing with state of the art technology to create memorable tea ceremonies for the greatest residences, finest hotels, classiest homes and most powerful offices on ground, on sea and in the air. When the British Commissioner to China relocated to India as the Viceroy of British India - he set up his summer home in the sylan Dauladhar hills in what is now called Mcleodganj in 1860. He was surprised to find the shrubs refered to as Tea in China in his estate and went about bringing in modern cultivation techniques to tea which has today made India the worlds largest producer consumer of tea. The Viceroy set up a private tea house in a building called the Mortimer House around 1860 which was catered to and operated by Nowrosjee & Son which had been newly established. The Viceroy's residence was known far and wide as an outstanding host for elaborate tea ceremonies. To this date, Mcleodganj which is the second wettest place on earth and one of the highest hill stations in India produces a very exquisite type of green tea which has been used for generations to make the royal version of the Kashmiri Kahwa and as an additive to the finest Darjeeling teas to give it a unique aroma and flavour. Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
private:mcleodganjteahouse-2 1296768 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Mcleodganj Tea House 78 1.00 Open Consumer Goods Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Mcleodganj Tea House shares teas, equipage and accompaniments by invitation with discerning tea drinkers and connoisseurs around the world. Mcleodganj Tea House complements a 150 year legacy in tea growing, blending and brewing with state of the art technology to create memorable tea ceremonies for the greatest residences, finest hotels, classiest homes and most powerful offices on ground, on sea and in the air. When the British Commissioner to China relocated to India as the Viceroy of British India - he set up his summer home in the sylan Dauladhar hills in what is now called Mcleodganj in 1860. He was surprised to find the shrubs refered to as Tea in China in his estate and went about bringing in modern cultivation techniques to tea which has today made India the worlds largest producer consumer of tea. The Viceroy set up a private tea house in a building called the Mortimer House around 1860 which was catered to and operated by Nowrosjee & Son which had been newly established. The Viceroy's residence was known far and wide as an outstanding host for elaborate tea ceremonies. To this date, Mcleodganj which is the second wettest place on earth and one of the highest hill stations in India produces a very exquisite type of green tea which has been used for generations to make the royal version of the Kashmiri Kahwa and as an additive to the finest Darjeeling teas to give it a unique aroma and flavour. Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
private:mcleodganjteahouse-2 1296768 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Mcleodganj Tea House 78 1.00 Open Consumer Goods Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Mcleodganj Tea House shares teas, equipage and accompaniments by invitation with discerning tea drinkers and connoisseurs around the world. Mcleodganj Tea House complements a 150 year legacy in tea growing, blending and brewing with state of the art technology to create memorable tea ceremonies for the greatest residences, finest hotels, classiest homes and most powerful offices on ground, on sea and in the air. When the British Commissioner to China relocated to India as the Viceroy of British India - he set up his summer home in the sylan Dauladhar hills in what is now called Mcleodganj in 1860. He was surprised to find the shrubs refered to as Tea in China in his estate and went about bringing in modern cultivation techniques to tea which has today made India the worlds largest producer consumer of tea. The Viceroy set up a private tea house in a building called the Mortimer House around 1860 which was catered to and operated by Nowrosjee & Son which had been newly established. The Viceroy's residence was known far and wide as an outstanding host for elaborate tea ceremonies. To this date, Mcleodganj which is the second wettest place on earth and one of the highest hill stations in India produces a very exquisite type of green tea which has been used for generations to make the royal version of the Kashmiri Kahwa and as an additive to the finest Darjeeling teas to give it a unique aroma and flavour. Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
private:mcleodganjteahouse-2 1296768 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Mcleodganj Tea House 78 1.00 Open Consumer Goods Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Mcleodganj Tea House shares teas, equipage and accompaniments by invitation with discerning tea drinkers and connoisseurs around the world. Mcleodganj Tea House complements a 150 year legacy in tea growing, blending and brewing with state of the art technology to create memorable tea ceremonies for the greatest residences, finest hotels, classiest homes and most powerful offices on ground, on sea and in the air. When the British Commissioner to China relocated to India as the Viceroy of British India - he set up his summer home in the sylan Dauladhar hills in what is now called Mcleodganj in 1860. He was surprised to find the shrubs refered to as Tea in China in his estate and went about bringing in modern cultivation techniques to tea which has today made India the worlds largest producer consumer of tea. The Viceroy set up a private tea house in a building called the Mortimer House around 1860 which was catered to and operated by Nowrosjee & Son which had been newly established. The Viceroy's residence was known far and wide as an outstanding host for elaborate tea ceremonies. To this date, Mcleodganj which is the second wettest place on earth and one of the highest hill stations in India produces a very exquisite type of green tea which has been used for generations to make the royal version of the Kashmiri Kahwa and as an additive to the finest Darjeeling teas to give it a unique aroma and flavour. Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
private:mcleodganjteahouse-2 1296768 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Mcleodganj Tea House 78 1.00 Open Consumer Goods Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Mcleodganj Tea House shares teas, equipage and accompaniments by invitation with discerning tea drinkers and connoisseurs around the world. Mcleodganj Tea House complements a 150 year legacy in tea growing, blending and brewing with state of the art technology to create memorable tea ceremonies for the greatest residences, finest hotels, classiest homes and most powerful offices on ground, on sea and in the air. When the British Commissioner to China relocated to India as the Viceroy of British India - he set up his summer home in the sylan Dauladhar hills in what is now called Mcleodganj in 1860. He was surprised to find the shrubs refered to as Tea in China in his estate and went about bringing in modern cultivation techniques to tea which has today made India the worlds largest producer consumer of tea. The Viceroy set up a private tea house in a building called the Mortimer House around 1860 which was catered to and operated by Nowrosjee & Son which had been newly established. The Viceroy's residence was known far and wide as an outstanding host for elaborate tea ceremonies. To this date, Mcleodganj which is the second wettest place on earth and one of the highest hill stations in India produces a very exquisite type of green tea which has been used for generations to make the royal version of the Kashmiri Kahwa and as an additive to the finest Darjeeling teas to give it a unique aroma and flavour. Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
private:mcleodganjteahouse-2 1296768 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Mcleodganj Tea House 78 1.00 Open Consumer Goods Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Mcleodganj Tea House shares teas, equipage and accompaniments by invitation with discerning tea drinkers and connoisseurs around the world. Mcleodganj Tea House complements a 150 year legacy in tea growing, blending and brewing with state of the art technology to create memorable tea ceremonies for the greatest residences, finest hotels, classiest homes and most powerful offices on ground, on sea and in the air. When the British Commissioner to China relocated to India as the Viceroy of British India - he set up his summer home in the sylan Dauladhar hills in what is now called Mcleodganj in 1860. He was surprised to find the shrubs refered to as Tea in China in his estate and went about bringing in modern cultivation techniques to tea which has today made India the worlds largest producer consumer of tea. The Viceroy set up a private tea house in a building called the Mortimer House around 1860 which was catered to and operated by Nowrosjee & Son which had been newly established. The Viceroy's residence was known far and wide as an outstanding host for elaborate tea ceremonies. To this date, Mcleodganj which is the second wettest place on earth and one of the highest hill stations in India produces a very exquisite type of green tea which has been used for generations to make the royal version of the Kashmiri Kahwa and as an additive to the finest Darjeeling teas to give it a unique aroma and flavour. Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
private:mcleodganjteahouse-2 1296768 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Mcleodganj Tea House 78 1.00 Open Consumer Goods Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Mcleodganj Tea House shares teas, equipage and accompaniments by invitation with discerning tea drinkers and connoisseurs around the world. Mcleodganj Tea House complements a 150 year legacy in tea growing, blending and brewing with state of the art technology to create memorable tea ceremonies for the greatest residences, finest hotels, classiest homes and most powerful offices on ground, on sea and in the air. When the British Commissioner to China relocated to India as the Viceroy of British India - he set up his summer home in the sylan Dauladhar hills in what is now called Mcleodganj in 1860. He was surprised to find the shrubs refered to as Tea in China in his estate and went about bringing in modern cultivation techniques to tea which has today made India the worlds largest producer consumer of tea. The Viceroy set up a private tea house in a building called the Mortimer House around 1860 which was catered to and operated by Nowrosjee & Son which had been newly established. The Viceroy's residence was known far and wide as an outstanding host for elaborate tea ceremonies. To this date, Mcleodganj which is the second wettest place on earth and one of the highest hill stations in India produces a very exquisite type of green tea which has been used for generations to make the royal version of the Kashmiri Kahwa and as an additive to the finest Darjeeling teas to give it a unique aroma and flavour. Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
private:mcleodganjteahouse-2 1296768 Feb 9th, 2018 12:00AM Mcleodganj Tea House 78 1.00 Open Consumer Goods Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM Mcleodganj Tea House shares teas, equipage and accompaniments by invitation with discerning tea drinkers and connoisseurs around the world. Mcleodganj Tea House complements a 150 year legacy in tea growing, blending and brewing with state of the art technology to create memorable tea ceremonies for the greatest residences, finest hotels, classiest homes and most powerful offices on ground, on sea and in the air. When the British Commissioner to China relocated to India as the Viceroy of British India - he set up his summer home in the sylan Dauladhar hills in what is now called Mcleodganj in 1860. He was surprised to find the shrubs refered to as Tea in China in his estate and went about bringing in modern cultivation techniques to tea which has today made India the worlds largest producer consumer of tea. The Viceroy set up a private tea house in a building called the Mortimer House around 1860 which was catered to and operated by Nowrosjee & Son which had been newly established. The Viceroy's residence was known far and wide as an outstanding host for elaborate tea ceremonies. To this date, Mcleodganj which is the second wettest place on earth and one of the highest hill stations in India produces a very exquisite type of green tea which has been used for generations to make the royal version of the Kashmiri Kahwa and as an additive to the finest Darjeeling teas to give it a unique aroma and flavour. Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology

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