By: jason xiao | Apr 21, 2012 When people think of tea, the first countries that come to mind are usually China and India, which makes sense as these are the world's biggest two tea producers, followed by Sri Lanka (near India). Kenya, by comparison, is slightly less well-known, even though it is currently the world's fourth largest tea-producing country, and has been for some time.
By: jason xiao | Apr 21, 2012 There is a reason that the common saying refers to "all the tea in China"; after all, the Far East is where loose tea was first brewed as a drink and where many of the most popular varieties, including many types of green tea, still come from today. Although cheaper imports were eventually grown in India and Sri Lanka, it is recognised among connoisseurs that the best types, whether black or green
By: jason xiao | Apr 21, 2012 In my house we decided to give up coffee for a while to explore any differences in our bodies without it. My husband started making me tea every morning so I figured I'd better find out what in the world I was drinking.
By: jason xiao | Apr 21, 2012 After water, tea is the most frequently consumed beverage on the face of the earth. In ancient China tea was regarded as one of the seven daily necessities of life; for many Japanese it has served as a ritual element in the quest for enlightenment.
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By: jtc | Apr 14, 2012 India is a leading tea exporter across the world. Though, now as a result of large number of competitors, the tea industry of India is under threat .So the government needs to take steps in order to boost tea industry such as developing innovative methods of tea packaging.
By: Jon Fernandis | Apr 13, 2012 Japanese Green Tea is such a widespread and loved beverage in Japan and the world that it is mostly referred as “tea” only, with the works Japanese and Green being dropped due to its ubiquitous presence.