Goodricke launches its tea lounge at one of the Group’s premium tea estate- Margaret’s Hope

Goodricke launches its tea lounge at one of the Group’s premium tea estate- Margaret’s Hope

30th November 2016: Goodricke Group Ltd, a brand synonymous with the finest teas that are heralded the world over, has come up with its Tea Lounge - The Goodricke Tea Pot. It is nestled amongst the misty greens of the scenic tea estate - Margaret’s Hope. The visitors at the Tea lounge can experience the picturesque Himalayan peaks, gushing streams, swaying orchids while they sip on the choicest selection of teas

The Tea Lounge, a perfect blend of elegance, incomparable experiences with a dose of heritage and mystique is bound to appeal to all, be it a gourmet tea specialist or just an inquisitive visitor. Located in Kurseong district of Darjeeling, Goodricke Teapot will give its patrons an experience to remember with its handpicked range of teas as well as chocolates, pastries, tea accessories on offer. Connoisseurs, blenders and laymen can all walk in for an experience of a lifetime with home brewed teas and a host of menu items prepared in accordance with world renowned standards.

The lounge was inaugurated by Mr Malcolm Perkins, Group Chairman of Camellia Plc in the presence of Mr A.N. Singh, Managing Director; Goodricke Group Ltd.

Mr. Malcolm Perkins, Group Chairman said, “We are excited to launch Goodricke Teapot, Margaret’s Deck in Kurseong today at one of our premium tea estates and we hope to provide an unforgettable experience to our patrons.”

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. A N Singh, Managing Director of Goodricke Group Ltd. said, “Goodricke’s Teapot is designed in such a way so as to give the tourists, connoisseurs and the patrons a wholesome global tea experience, while providing them with a stress free, premium environment where they can be introduced to the rich heritage and the culture of tea drinking. With this launch, we hope that the North Bengal Tourism also gets another feather in its cap. The UNESCO certified World heritage Site, Darjeeling Toy Trains can also be enjoyed from the tea estate and will be a major draw for tourists wanting to enjoy the view of toy trains crossing the steep slopes”

Margaret’s Hope Tea Estate is a 150 year old tea estate, fondly remembered as the Bada Rington, which was named Margaret’s Hope in fond memory of the daughter of the then manager of the tea estate in the early 20th century. After 150 years, Margaret's Hope continues to produce its renowned first flush (spring) tea, which has a flowery aroma and golden colour. Its second flush produces a mellow cup with a muscatel character and bronze colour.