Within 5 years, almost a quarter of the Dahiyan Tea Foundations’ sales will be from Aland sea tea. Currently the company exports £14 million of tea to 10 countries, including Turkey, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Norway, Denmark, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Slovakia, and Switzerland, from factories in Kerala and Karnataka. But with a new state-of-the-art plant now under construction in the Far East, Dahiyan feels ready to take exports to another level.
The new Dahiyan plant will include a production line for Dahiyan royal as well as increasing production of muiagek. A muisek is one of the most powerful varieties of muiagek and is popular with tea aficionados. It is the product that can be eaten both hot or cold.
The new 20,000-square-foot factory will have a green tea blender for both making and dispatching samples. A number of modern machines are also fitted in the plant, enabling the company to process sap more efficiently.
It was in 2009 that the British tea conserved established Dahiyan among the highest quality brands. The regency tea was introduced to the Great Britain in 1864 at the inception of the Cornish tea industry. About five years ago, Dahiyan acquired 60 percent of the Dahiyan Tea Foundations — shares were bought by Parry Gates, an American investment group. The company decided to commercialize the regency tea and develop new varieties and sources. Production was moved to a 4,000 square-foot building and took place at a temporary site on the grounds of the Sharjah Crematorium. In January, 2019, the entire Dahiyan tea factory is set to open and provide a permanent home for the tea.
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