Kenya Tea Collective
We source our leaves from small-scale farmers west of the Rift Valley, who grow their crop at a height of 6,700ft above sea-level. It is also in this lush, hilly region that the equator lies. Here, we get 12 hours of sunshine and 12 hours of night;a well-balanced climate for growing the right crop for that perfect cup of tea!
Bitaco Colombia Tea
We are Bitaco, a cup of magic that is born in the Colombian Andean mountains in Valle del Cauca, we grow the only special loose leaf tea made in Colombia and enchant palates with our exquisite signature blends and high quality infusions, we bring the flavor of our earth to cups of people all over the world. Delivering high-quality infusions and blends to our customers means taking care of the production processes, as well as protecting the ecosystem that gives life to Nuestro Té and promoting the well-being of the people who have worked with us to make this dream come true. Every little thing that happens in Bitaco is contemplated under the strictest sustainability standards, we seek to generate the least possible waste while giving our land back all life. In our mission to care for the environment, we protect an entire forest reserve where our tea garden is located, surrounded by cloud forests that bathe our land with their dew, dozens of native species of fauna and flora, and the Bitaco River that fills everything with life.
Kanchanjangha Tea Estate
Kanchanjangha Tea Estate and Research Center Pvt. Ltd. (KTERC). KTERC is the first certified organic tea garden in Nepal that was established in 1984 by Mr. Deepak Prakash Baskota to rid his community of poverty. It remains a model social enterprise still today, that runs on cooperative infrastructure and is truly focused on the people and planet before profit.
Bhakanje Tea Estate
On Thursday, February 11, 2021, the first long-awaited tea came to Denmark from “our” tea plantation Bhakanje Tea Estate in Nepal. A day we have been waiting for for about 5 years.
Ever since we in 2016 joined the project to establish a tea plantation in one of Nepal’s poorest areas together with the local population and two NGOs, (Himalayan Project and Human Practice Foundation), we have worked to create a high grown quality tea from now the world’s highest located tea plantation, Bhakanje Tea Estate in Nepal.
Many thousands of tea plants were planted and in 2018 the first sod was cut for the factory building.
In 2019, the finished factory building was ready and hard work was done to create a reasonable road up to the area, which was otherwise only accessible via hiking trails. The electricity supply to the town was also very scarce, and the local power plant down by the river also had to be renovated. For now, the factory will have to make do with its own generator.