Tea Industry of Himachal Pradesh is about 150 years old. Kangra Tea is grown in Kangra valley, Consisting of Kangra District, parts of Chamba and Mandi Districts of Himachal Pradesh. The gold and silver medals won by the Kangra tea in London and Amsterdam markets in the late nineteenth century (1886 to 1895) bear testimony of its quality at the international level. The Kangra valley during the 1920s produced nearly half the green tea manufactured in India, and it was exported to Afghanistan, Iran, and other countries. The color and flavor of Kangra tea are Unique and Distinctive Which is called Kangra, flavor. It is due to unique climatic conditions prevailing in snow-clad Dhauladhar ranges of Himalayas. Kangra tea is derived from the leaves, buds and tender stems of plants the botanical name of tea plants is Camellia sinensis or Thea Sinensis grew in the southern slopes of Dhauladhar ranges of the western Himalayas within the altitude range of 900m to 1400 m. Kangra Tea was registered under Geographical Indication of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act, 1999 on 2nd April 2012 obtaining Geographical indication No. 25.