Mim Tea Estate Darjeeling
The Mim estate in Darjeeling was originally taken care off by a lady of British origin often referred to as 'Mem', a popular local word for a British woman originating during the English rule of India. The estate was hence named Mim. Located at an elevation ranging upto 6800 feet, Mim grows some exclusive organic black, white and oolong teas every season. It is one of the very few estates with over 80% China bushes. It produces over 100,00 kgs of Darjeeling teas every year.