Nahorhabi Estate got its name from Nahor trees, because once this area had beautiful forest of Nahor trees. This tree bears sparkling red tender leaves during spring which gives it a majestic look. There is a small heritage attached to this estate situated in the Shivasagar District where the famous Shiva Temple is located, a pilgrimage place for pilgrims from all over India . The tea estate though situated in Assam is also very near to the state of Nagaland.
The tea from Nahorhabi estate has the distinction of producing 100% clonal teas which give a deep amber coloured cup that unfolds with a red wine like aroma and a full, malty, rich flavoured cup.