Indian Tea Under Siege?

When a well-known coffee retailer chain recently announced that it would open its first location in India, in partnership with an Indian company, numerous media outlets were quick to point out that the firm would be moving into a nation that's better known for tea than coffee. Never mind that the coffee retailing giant also sells …

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A Comparison of Indian and Chinese Teas

When you consider that tea is the most popular drink in the world after water it isn't really that surprising to see just how many countries grow and produce it. When you look at global tea production, India and China instantly stand out, both producing well over twice as much tea annually as their nearest …

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Tea Growing Regions of India

Once upon a time nearly all of the world's tea was grown in China and most , if not all, of it was consumed there. Several hundred years ago tea began to turn up in Europe, most notably in England, where it eventually became so popular that the British decided that they didn't want to …

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