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Assam Lemon Pickle
Rs. 200.00

Net Weight : 200 gms

Elephant Country pickles are prepared using naturally grown, sun dried & dew kissed ingredients. The traditional grandmother recipes of the pickles are from the diverse ethnic communities of the eastern Himalayas.  

Bamboo Shoot Pickle
Rs. 200.00

Net Weight : 200 gms

Elephant Country pickles are prepared using naturally grown, sun dried & dew kissed ingredients. The traditional grandmother recipes of the pickles are from the diverse ethnic communities of the eastern Himalayas.  

Beige Eri Stole
Rs. 1,890.00

Material: Eri SIlk
Colour: Beige
Dye: Tea Waste
Size: 60*192 cm
Package Content: 1 Stole


Elephant Country Eri Silk Stole is made using the traditional handloom method in Assam in the Eastern Himalayan Region.

Dyed with tea waste for its antiqued look, this elegant Eri Silk Stole promises an effortless take on a classic essential.

Bhut Jolokia Tea
Rs. 499.00

Net Weight : 70 gms

Elephant Country Bhut Jolokia Tea is a blend of Organic Black Tea sourced from small tea growers of Assam, living across elephant habitats promoting a harmonious coexistence; made using Dheki, a traditional wooden threshing tool with dry Bhut Jolokia, one of the hottest chilies in the world and dehydrated Lemon and Ginger powder. The unique aroma of Bhut Jolokia combined with the refreshing Assamese lemon and the healing properties of ginger create a rare blend sourced from the elephant corridors of Assam.

Big Cardamom
Rs. 280.00

Net Weight : 80 gms

Elephant Country Big Cardamom is sourced from Pfolo Kreo who along with a small group of farmers from the ethnic Chakhesang Community, Nagaland, India in the Eastern Himalayan region grows this popularly known spice.

Black Pepper
Rs. 220.00
 

Net Weight : 100 gms

Elephant Country Black Pepper is sourced from Martin Rabha, a social worker and farmer of Jharapata village in Kamrup (Rural) district of Assam, India in the Eastern Himalayas. Cultivating pepper has led to a nearly 30% to 40% increase in income of around 200 farmers in the village and helped them reduce man elephant conflict and protect their crops and properties from the mighty as Elephants tend to avoid spices like pepper as their food. 

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