The first Darjeeling Tea “Garden Outlet” opened on December 10 at Okayti Tea Estate in Mirik, Darjeeling. Referred to is the Nursery Outlet at the eighth Mile on Rishi Street, which is significant access to the Okayti Tea Domain. The power source, which is found close to Mirik Bazar en route to Sukhia Pokhari through Public Thruway 12, will sell hands down the best and freshest teas created by Okayti Tea Domain. The tea bequest that is liable for probably the best Darjeeling teas likewise opened another store in Darjeeling town around the same time.
Okayti, a tea estate in Darjeeling, India, created a new website last year, selling a variety of high-quality goods made from ingredients grown and collected on the estate itself so that sommeliers could offer their customers garden-fresh Darjeeling teas.
Okayti has been revered for more than a century due to its exquisite traditional mixes featuring a complex array of aromas and flavors. Teas of the highest quality are produced in close proximity to The Garden Outlet, where the best of the crop can be purchased.
There will be private tours of the estate and the tea factory available, per the management. There is a worldwide demand for Darjeeling’s seasonal, orthodox, and white teas among tea connoisseurs. Okayti’s historic blend factory produces all of its products from scratch, and the resulting mixes can be purchased at the Garden Outlet the very same day. According to Chaubey, who has been in charge of the garden for the past quarter-century, “it is fascinating to experience a cup of freshly-made Darjeeling tea,” and the family wants to make that possible for anyone who makes the effort to visit their factory outlet. The outlet is an exquisite tea shop, stocked with the finest teas from around the globe. Expert tea brewers will be on hand at all times so customers can sample freshly brewed, carefully selected teas before making a final decision to buy.
Okayti gave its inhabitants the first teashop of its sort in the hamlet, just in time for Christmas when everyone in the hills is expecting a peaceful and chilling holiday season. Customers from all over the world who share a passion for tea are likely to frequent the store, which will in turn boost local jobs.