Our Quality

Quality is result of consistent efforts in Business Processes execution. Our constant efforts in Tea tasting process, buying best quality Tea, evaluating segment and region specific Customer taste to arrive at fine quality product. We are proud to acclaim and have complete range of Tea Packets and Retail Tea for all segments. We are glad to share following key Quality Processes and aspects that we adhere to and have consistent approach in striving for excellence in Quality of Tea offered.

Brief on Tea

Tea is an aromatic beverage prepared by adding cured leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant to hot water. The term also refers to the plant itself. After water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world. It has a cooling, slightly bitter, astringent flavor which many enjoy.

Advantage Tea

  • Burns 70 calories in one day help in losing weight.
  • Lowers cholesterol levels thus reducing the risk of heart attack and stroke.
  • Powerful anti-oxides that keeps your skin beautiful.
  • Magic of polyphenols controls aging process supreme taste, fit health... all in one.

Key features of our Tea Packaging Unit

  • Fully Automated Tea Packaging Machinery - 6nos
  • Silver Quoted 3-Layer Packaging for retaining Freshness
  • Hygiene focussed least manual intervation in Packing Tea
  • Unique Procedural adoption for Aroma, Flavour and Quality Control Systems
  • Automated Systems for Best & High Yield Packaging
  • International Standard 12-digit Bar Coding System

Tea World - Identifying Aroma of Tea

  • Oxidized - Aromas like acetaldehyde
  • Microbiological - Aromas like yeast and lactic acid
  • Floral - Aromas like Pelargonium geraniums and linalool
  • Spicy - Aromas like licorice and anise
  • Fruity - Aromas like blackcurrant and apricot
  • Vegetative - Aromas like eucalyptus and artichoke
  • Nutty - Aromas like walnut and hazelnut
  • Caramelized - Aromas like butterscotch and molasses
  • Woody - Aromas often imparted by oak like vanilla and coffee
  • Earthy - Aromas such as mushroom

Tea Selection

Tea varieties are evaluated according to a wide range of descriptors which draw comparisons with other, non-tea flavors and aromas. Our Master Tea Tasters select the finest quality tippy golden leaf teas to create our luxury blends. The appearance of the leaf and the quality of the infusion and liquor are assessed to ensure that only teas with the best make, golden tips, aroma, color and taste are selected, distinctive to the special characteristics of tea produced in the GIRISH TEA COMPANY.

Tea Tasting Procedure

Tea tasting is the process in which a trained taster determines the quality of a particular tea. Due to climatic conditions, photography, manufacturing process, and different clones of the Camellia sinensis plant (tea), the final product may have vastly differing flavors and appearance. These differences can be tasted by a trained taster in order to ascertain the quality prior to sale or possibly blending tea.

A tea taster uses a large spoon and noisily slurps the liquid into his/her mouth-this ensures that both the tea and plenty of oxygen is passed over all the taste receptors on the tongue to give an even taste profile of the tea. The liquid is then usually spat back out into a spittoon before moving onto the next sample to taste. The flavor characteristics and indeed leaf color, size and shape are graded using a specific language created by the tea industry to explain the overall quality. Generally speaking, once the quality has been lasted/ graded, each tea company places a value on it based on market trends, availability and demand.

Tasting the aroma and indentifying acidity, structure, texture, and character of the tea

Usually the ratio of 3 grams tea leaf to 150ml is used, with boiling water and steeped for 3 to 5 minutes. The testing involves; assess the tea quality, detect the aromas and flavors of the tea, discover the special tea characteristics, and come to a general summary of the sensory experience.

Tea Tasting Process

  • Weighing scale
  • Tea leaf
  • Water kettle and boiler
  • Filtered water
  • Tea tasting equipment: cup, lid, bowl, and saucer
  • Tea Cups for tasting liquid
  • Teaspoon,ceramic or stainless steel
  • Digital timer
  • Quiet and relaxed environment, and proper light
  • Pen and notepad


Sensory analysis Thoroughly tasting a tea involves perception of its array of taste and mouth-feel attributes, which involve the combination of textures, flavors weight, and overall "structure". Tasting plays an important role in the sensory analysis of tea. Employing a trained or consumer panel, oenologists may perform a variety of tests on the taste, aroma, mouth-feel and character of tea. Difference tests are important in determining grading and quality.

Services Overview
We offer broad range of Tea Packings suiting needs of all segments of Customers that includes Individual Household Customers, Hotel Customers, Corporates (includes Industries and Businesses) and Export Quality Customers. Please refer our Flavours page for detailed information.
Contact Us


11, Navi Peth, Hanuman
Mandir Road Jalgaon - 425 001,
Maharashtra (India)
0257-2224699, 2220503
+91 9422292621, 9823026321