Nestled in the Nelliyampathy hills in
Chittur Taluk, Palakkad District of Kerala
state in South India, is the 350-hectare
Poabs Organic Estates.At an average
elevation of 3,500 feet, the estate is
the largest, perennial multi-crop
organic plantation in India growing
tea and coffee, both arabica and
robusta, with inter-crops of pepper,
orange, vanilla and cardamom.
The Nelliyampathy hills, with vast
areas of protected forests, enjoy ideal
weather and climatic conditions,
making them eminently suitable for
the development of plantation crops.
Nelliyampathy is a dedicated planting
district, with land use being exclusively
Organic Tea Plantation
Kerala state, known as "God’s Own
Country", is a tropical paradise
famous for its enchanting backwaters,
lush green hills, ayurvedic systems, and
cultural heritage, and attracts ecotourists
from around the world.
Through sustainable agriculture, Poabs
Organic Estates makes a positive
contribution to the ecosystem.
On one side of the Poabs plantation,
the raja's cliff forms a natural
boundary on a clear day, you can
see the plains and the town of Palakkad. On
other sides, and in the upper reaches, the
estate shares a fence with reserve forests rich
Poabs Organic Estates offers a range of
‘certified organic, biodynamic’ socially and
environmentally cultivated teas and coffees,
with distinctive cup profiles.