This picturesque garden located on the North Bank of the mighty river Brahmaputra at 1000 feet above mean sea level and bordered by the hills of Arunachal Pradesh to the North, while the river Ranga forms the eastern boundary . The tropical climate with an average of 130 inches of rain per annum is ideal for the high quality clones like N436, P126 and S3A3 which give Dejoo teas that unique quality has been recognized over the years by institutions like the Tea Board of India and other excellence awards.
These quality clones give Dejoo Orthodox teas the chunky Golden Tip coupled with a classic Malty Liquor.
Some say the name Dejoo evolved from the Tibetan word “Dzong”, while others say it came from “DI” meaning river and “ZOO” the name given to rice liquor brewed by the local tribes.
The most significant aspect of Dejoo is that over the years utmost care has been taken to maintain the ecological balance and this has been done by preserving the water bodies and Natural Forest inside and around the garden due to which the garden is a paradise of wild life.