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Divyntea - A Unit Of VOGUE EXIM PVT LTD
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Divyntea is a brand born out of our founder’s passion for artisanal teas and experience in the tea industry. Having her roots steeped in a legacy of tea garden owners, our founder Vandita Rungta spent a lot of time in the tea gardens while enjoying drinking quality teas.

After finishing her Masters from the U.K., she acquired training at the esteemed J.Thomas Co. Pvt. Ltd. in Kolkata, which is the largest tea-auctioneering firm in the world, and became a certified tea blender. Divyntea meaning “blissful tea” was driven to bring her drawing-room favorite blends for everyone to enjoy!

The brand, founded in 2017, specializes in manufacturing and blending high-quality black teas, green teas, white teas, organic teas, etc. from teas grown around the world. Our premium teas are blended in small batches to preserve the freshness, quality, and consistency of our teas.

What makes your experience with us unique?
Buying from us means that you get teas directly from the tea growing areas of India as we cut out all the middlemen in the process. This means that we ensure that you get authentic Indian teas which are fresh, that retain the goodness of tea, its delicate flavour, impeccable taste and enchanting aroma which will make you feel as if you were in the Tea Garden itself.

Why choose our Assam Kadak chai over others?
Assam Kadak Chai (CTC tea) bought at Departmental stores are at least 4-6 months old. This is because teas are produced at the gardens, sent to the auction centre in Calcutta where they are stored in the warehouse, catalogued and then sold in auctions. The teas may then be blended and shipped to the packers in the respective country.

This whole process takes about 2-3 months and another month for the goods to arrive in the destination country. In the importing country, the teas are then blended with teas from other regions and are packed and sold in the supermarket. So the tea you get may or may not be original Indian tea. Apart from that they are also more than 4-6 months old