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Face Value


Total Share


Total Income

₹43.53 Cr

Profit After Tax

₹14.20 Cr







Market Capitalisation

₹51.20 Cr

Enterprise Value

₹54.25 Cr

Book Value


Intrinsic Value


Dividend Yield

0.94 %

Earnings Yield

27.73 %


Consumer Staples


Tea/ Coffee


Micro Cap

Cashflow - Operations

₹4.18 Cr

Cashflow - Financing

₹2.26 Cr

The Scottish Assam Growth

Compounded Sales Growth

  • 0.09%

    1 Year

  • 2.09%

    5 Year

  • 5.29%

    9 Year

Pro Only

Compounded Profit Growth

  • NA

    1 Year

  • 49.86%

    5 Year

  • 28.35%

    9 Year

Pro Only

Return On Equity

  • 30.15%


  • 20.06%


  • 4.26%


Pro Only

About The Scottish Assam

  • The Scottish Assam (India) Ltd is a non-profit organization. The company is engaged in the business of growing, manufacturing and marketing of teas produced in its Tea Estate named as Heeleakah Tea Estate District Jorhat (Assam). The company's Tea Estate harvest top quality CTC tea and are popular with customers in the Indian domestic market under the brand name of Heeleakah.
  • The company started making teas from acquired leaf labelled 'Dhopatbari,' and it has been a success since.
  • The company was founded in 1977 with a 950-hectare tea estate known as 'Heeleakah Tea Estate. The company is based in Kolkata, India.

  • The Scottish Assam IPO Details

Currently, the company has no plans to go public.

  • The Scottish Assam Subsidiaries

There is no holding, subsidiary and associate companies of the company.

The Scottish Assam Business Model

  • The company is in the business of growing, manufacturing, and distributing teas grown on the Heeleakah Tea Estate, which is located in Jorhat (Assam).
  • The Scottish Assam Revenue Segmentation

  • Other operating revenue
  • Other Income
  • Revenue generated from sale of Tea
  • The Scottish Assam Product & Services


  • The company is primarily involved in the cultivation, manufacture, and sale of tea, and it is structured as a single unit. As a result, the firm is classified as a single business section firm.
  • The Scottish Assam Assets

Assets as on 31 March 2021:

AssetsAmount in Cr.
Bearer PlantRs.0.37
Plant and MachineryRs.1.02
  • The Scottish Assam Industry Overview

Industry Statistics

Tea Industry:

  • Tea is an aromatic beverage made by steeping cured or fresh leaves of Camellia sinensis, an evergreen plant native to China, India, and other East Asian nations, in hot or boiling water. Camellia taliensis leaves are also infrequently used to make tea. It is, after water, the most extensively drank beverage on the planet 
  • Production of tea was 1208.69 Million Kgs (Mkg) in 2020-2021as compared to 1257.20 Million Kgs (Mkg) in 2019-2020 showing an decrease of Indian tea production by 4.01% from a year ago, due to heavy flooding and corona virus movement restrictions, lifting average prices by nearly a third to a record high. The price rise supported the beleaguered Indian tea industry, which was struggling with rising production costs, but trimmed exports from the South Asian country. Assam contributes to top countries production at 626.23 million Kgs (Mkg).
  • In India, over 80% of the entire output is consumed domestically. In the previous decade, the country's per capita consumption of the tea has increased significantly. The tea market in India is fueled by the beverage's strong production and consumption. In FY20, the country drank almost 11Lakhs tones of tea.
  • In India, Assam produces the most tea, followed by West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala. Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tripura are among the states that grow tea in minor quantities.
  • After China, India is the world's second-largest tea producer. In FY20, India was the world's largest consumer of the beverage, accounting for about a fifth of worldwide consumption. Due to high domestic consumption, the country's exports only grew at a moderate rate each year. In India, over 80% of the entire output is consumed domestically. 

Growth Drivers of tea industry: 

  • New flavors like ginger, lemon, and cardamom are progressively attracting consumers' attention. In recent years, herbal tea has gained in popularity.
  • Consumers in India are increasingly concerned about their health and fitness. They are more knowledgeable and aware of the advantages of tea. People's preferences have changed, and they are now willing to spend more for high-quality goods.
  • The notion of dedicated tea cafes and lounges is gaining traction and is quickly becoming a favorite hangout for young people.


  • Tea exports from India totaled USD 49.73Mn. in April FY21. Total tea exports in the first seven months of FY21 were 100.78 Mn. kilogram's, down from 117.56Mn. kilogram's in the same period of FY20.


  • Despite the fact that India is the world's leading producer of black tea, the country imports low-cost teas from Kenya, Nepal, and other countries. In the first half of FY21, the country imported 12.16Mn. kg of black tea, compared to 15.86Mn. kg in the entire year of FY19.

Trends in Tea Industry:

  • Teas are no exception, with today's tea industry demand focusing on exotic and mixed flavors of teas that are both novel and pleasant. As customer demands for innovation grow, RTD, sparkling teas, and flavored tea consumption habits are on the rise.

Major Players:

  • The major players in the tea industry include Tata Consumer Products, CCL Products India, Andrew Yule & Co, and others.


  • Peers of the company include Rossell India Ltd, Dhunseri Tea & Industries Ltd, and others.

Future Prospects


  • According to expert market research the tea market in India is fueled by the beverage's strong production and consumption. In FY20, the country drank over 1.10Mn. tonnes of tea. The country's market is expected to increase at a CAGR of 4.2% from FY22 to FY27, indicating that it will continue to expand. India's tea industry is predicted to reach 1.40Mn. tonnes by FY26.

Government Initiatives

Government Regulatory Body:

  • The Tea Board of India was established under the Tea Act of 1953 and began operations in April 1954. It has 17 offices around India and is headquartered in Kolkata. The Tea Board of India also engages in direct promotional operations, such as organising cooperative participation in international fairs and exhibitions, arranging buyer-seller meetings, and sending and hosting trade delegations, in addition to developmental and regulatory tasks. It also conducts market research, market analysis, consumer behaviour tracking, and dissemination of pertinent information to exporters and importers, among other things.
  • The tea board, which is under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, proposed the concept of "Tea Boutique" in order to showcase Tea's wide varieties in one place and excite customers, particularly youth, about the qualitative nuances and proper brewing method in a magnificent and aesthetic atmosphere. The Tea Board will provide financial assistance to a potential entrepreneur for three (3) years in order to help them open a Tea Boutique.

The Scottish Assam Strengths

  • The company has been in operation for 44 years and has established a reputation in India's north east region.

The Scottish Assam Shortcomings

  • Over the period of 44 years, the company has exhibited only modest growth. The company's profits are far too low.

The Scottish Assam Opportunities

  • India is one of the largest tea consumer, but it has greater potential because tea consumption per capita in India is still lower than in other tea-consuming countries. As a result, the tea sector has a potential to tap into a sizable domestic market.

The Scottish Assam Threats

  • The Tea Industry is primarily reliant on natural occurrences. Due to major flooding and corona virus movement limitations, tea output in India fell by 4.01% to 1208.69 Mn.Kg  (Mkg) in FY20-FY21, compared to 1257.20 Mn.Kg (Mkg) in FY19-FY20, causing average prices to rise by nearly a third to a new high.
  • Competition from Kenya is expected to be stronger in years to come as plantations in these regions are comparatively young, hence yield is much higher. Moreover Kenya enjoys round the year favourable growing conditions whereas tea production in India is highly seasonal. Two other African countries such as Rwanda and Burundi are capable of producing very good tea throughout the year. Such round the year availability of quality teas helps the global packers to manage the inventories efficiently. Sri Lanka, on the other hand has emerged as the largest producer of orthodox teas. Domestic consumption in this country being negligible, Sri Lanka has been aggressively promoting their teas predominantly in the high consuming Middle East markets backed by the strong support from their Government.
  • The Industry is highly labour intensive and is subject to stringent labour laws. Substantial increase in labour wages, high social cost over most other tea producing countries, high infrastructure costs and increasing energy and other input costs remain the major problems for the Indian Tea Industry
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