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  • Tea

    Tea

    The vast tea plantations of Munnar are not only a feast for the eyes but also give you the opportunity to experiment and buy different varieties of tea. Visit some of the tea plantations and factory outlets to choose from several varieties of fresh tea. ...

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  • Coffee

    Coffee

    Coffee plantations adorn the landscape of Munnar; you can find the freshest and the best varieties of coffee in Munnar. You can also buy coffee directly from one of the factory outlets, or from any shop in Munnar. ...

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  • Spices

    Spices

    Kerala remains famous for its exotic spices and hence Munnar is a great place to stock up on spices like Cardamom, Vanilla, Pepper, Cinnamon and Nutmeg. ...

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  • Homemade Chocolates

    Homemade Chocolates

    One item that’s sure to find its way in your shopping bag is the homemade chocolate available in Munnar. Abbas & Co. Tea Merchants located at 25 Bazaar, Munnar, offers competitive prices for tea, green tea, coffee, cashews, homemade chocolates and spices. ...

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  • Aromatic Oils

    Aromatic Oils

    Although not as famous as tea, coffee and spices, the aromatic oils sold in Munnar are a must buy. One of the best oils in the aromatic oils category is the eucalyptus oil, which is easily available all across Munnar. ...

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  • Handmade Paper Greeting Cards

    Handmade Paper Greeting Cards

    These beautiful and unique handmade paper greeting cards are made by physically and mentally challenged children on plantation workers. You can buy these cards at the Tata Tea's Shristhi Welfare Centre.

    The proceeds from the sale of the cards go towards the welfare and education of children and ...

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  • Aranya Naturals

    Aranya Naturals

    Aranya Naturals is a natural dyeing unit that forms a part of Srishti Welfare Centre – a Tata initiative in Munnar. The idea behind its formation took birth in 1994, when the need was realised to save the rich Indian craft of dyeing clothes naturally. Another aim behind its formation ...

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