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10 Most Famous Teas Around The World

Sukriti Malhotra

Created by Sukriti Malhotra
Updated on Sep 27, 2020

Reviewed by Expert panel

One of the national favorite drinks is tea, usually milky and really sweet. There are unique blends all over the world with herbal and fruit variety and various forms of milk. There are particular techniques off consuming teas. It is savoured with snacks up to five, if not more, times a day. Here are just the most popular varieties with star ingredients and local names. Do enjoy this video on this International Tea Day, 15th December.

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| Dec 15, 2017

a very refreshing and a rejuvenating vlog on teas from different countries. thanks for sharing this info..

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| Dec 20, 2017

Being a tea lover seeing so many variations of tea makes me feel like I should try them. Whenever I get time I am definitely gonna try these for sure. Looks so good in the images. Imagining how it will taste when made with perfection.

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| Apr 17, 2019

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| Sep 22, 2020

Tea comes from one plant, Camellia sinensis, which is grown in a number of different locations around the world. Learning about and sampling the different teas of the world is an exciting process which is not only fun for its own sake, but can help you to become more knowledgeable about tea, and to locate the best teas to suit your own personal tastes. Major tea-producing regions of the world: The two largest producers of tea are China and India. Both of these countries have diverse and fascinating cultures of both tea production and drinking. India produces mostly black teas but has a great deal of diversity among the different types of black tea that it produces. China, on the other hand, is the origin of many of the world's different varieties of tea, including green, black, white, oolong, and Pu-erh. Until recently, there were few countries outside of China that produced an appreciable amount of white, oolong, and Pu-erh. This is The Best Blog For Guide is Reviewsicon. com Check the Best Ingrown Hair Serum - Reviewsicon Best Propane Water Heater - ReviewsIcon

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