We at Vimal, aim for the best. In a very short duration, we aim to become one of the leading packaged tea companies in India. We are working constantly towards the building of a truly global brand. Currently our business has a keen presence in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Maharashtra.
Leaves from the best tea gardens in Assam are selected and a group of very well experienced tea-tasters, along with the management, taste and evaluate the teas for the best consumer experience.
We aim at delivering diverse preferences to our consumers by offering a varied range of flavours and tastes in its portfolio of tea products.
Our Premium Tea will be cherished as an exclusive product for everyone across India - A taste and flavour that the consumers love and
at a price they can afford.
Vimal Premium Tea goes beyond being just a cup of tea, it is an inspiration for creativity.
“If you are cold, tea will warm you;
if you are too heated, it will cool you;
If you are depressed, it will cheer you;
If you are excited, it will calm you.”
Elaichi is known for its medicinal properties in Ayurveda and traditionally used in Indian cooking. Therefore to address this need, we are most recently working on a unique blend offering the flavour of multiple spices in a premium product to be launched soon!
Vimal Tea currently is available in three variants: Premium CTC Leaf Tea, Premium Leaf Tea & Premium Dust Tea. A spoonful of these teas brews a rejuvenating cup, where strong flavour and aroma co-exist in fine balance.
What is tea?
Some 5000 years ago, a few people fell in love with a brilliant little bush that just happens to grow the tastiest drink in the world.
The tea bush
All tea comes from one type of bush, called Camellia Sinensis. It can grow wherever the climate is right, but the tea we’re interested in is mainly grown in Assam. Soil, climate, and rainfall all affect the quality and flavour, as does the way it’s picked and handled.
Even though the plant and process is the same all over the world, the flavour characteristics of teas from different origins and seasons varies hugely. So between the harvest and the final cup, each tea will be tasted multiple times to make sure everything has been done properly each step of the way before deciding exactly how much of each tea will go into our blends.
Blending and packing
We gently mix a handful together in a delicate blending drum which stops the leaves getting bruised, then whisk them off to be bagged, packed and wrapped for freshness before sending them out.