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Islamabad Tea

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Islamabad Tea

ISLAMABAD TEA COMPANY[1] (ITC) is an emerging Tea brand in Pakistan. Popular for their strong taste and aroma.


ISLAMABAD TEA COMPANY[2] started its operations in 1988 with a small team in Islamabad, Pakistan. ITC's biggest competitors in Pakistan are Tapal tea & Eastern Tea Company Vital. ITC head office is located in Islamabad, Pakistan.


The CEO of the company is Muhammad Afsar Khan[3]. He puts his efforts to bring the brand, top of the line. His Marketing & Sales strategies improve the sales graph day by day.


ITC imports Kenya's best tea and make its own unique blend by the name of Islamabad Tea Leaf Blend & Islamabad Tea Superdana. Also, flavor green tea & Peshawari qahwa are the most popular products of ITC.

  1. Islamabad Tea (Leaf Blend)[4]
  2. Islamabad Tea (Superdana)[5]
  3. Islamabad Tea (Green Tea)[6]
  4. Islamabad Tea (Flavor Green Tea)[7]
    1. Jasmine
    2. Lemon
    3. Mint
    4. Peshawari Qahwa

Research Lab

The research & development activities involving different tea grading are carried out in ITC Lab.


ISLAMABAD TEA COMPANY[8] is ensuring high-quality international blended tea for its consumers. The sublime quality of our products with a strong distribution and team networks translates into winning hearts and making better lives. The strong taste and aroma of Islamabad Tea drives quickly the new customers. Now ITC becomes the national tea of Pakistan also known as Pakistani tea. The premium tea blend of Islamabad Tea Company makes it distinguish from other tea brands in Pakistan.


  1. Chahat Se Bhari
  2. Her piali Chahat se bahi
  3. Laye Rishtoon ko paas
  4. Karak Chai
  5. Qoam ki chaiye Islamabad Chai
  6. Islamabad Chai Chahat se bhari


  1. "Islamabad Tea". Retrieved 2022-04-18.
  2. "Islamabad Tea". Retrieved 2022-04-18.
  4. "Leaf Blend – Islamabad Tea". Retrieved 2022-04-18.
  5. "Super Dana – Islamabad Tea". Retrieved 2022-04-18.
  6. "Green Tea – Islamabad Tea". Retrieved 2022-04-18.
  7. "Green Tea – Islamabad Tea". Retrieved 2022-04-18.
  8. "Islamabad Tea". Retrieved 2022-04-18.

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