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China is the homeland of tea. The diversity of styles and flavors of Chinese teas is unparalleled in other countries. There are several types of Chinese tea which vary in degree of fermentation and processing.

Cherry blossoms and green tea on the Jap

Tea is the most commonly drunk beverage in Japan and an important part of Japanese food culture.  Green tea is the most common type of tea and is the central element of the tea ceremony.

Female Tea Pickers in Plantage, Sri Lank

Sri Lanka, the nation formerly known as Ceylon, is the fourth largest tea producer in the world.  It produces three main varieties:  Ceylon black, Ceylon green and Ceylon white tea. The humidity, cool temperatures, and rainfall of the country's central highlands provide a climate that favors the production of high-quality tea.

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Vietnam, the seventh largest tea producer in the world, started tea production in 1880. Location and geography allow tea to grow in the tropical north as well as the tropical south. 

Hiking trail along the old railway track

Singapore, being a melting pot of migrant ethnicities, has an amazing cultural diversity. This is not only evident in the selection of cuisine but also in the local tea culture.

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Colombia is a tropical country and has similar weather all year round so it can harvest tea all year. Tea is grown in soil rich in nitrogen, zinc coal and copper which contribute respectively with the development of plenty of two leaves and a bud. The tea is soft, sweet and low in acidity.

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Introducing the fine teas from Yarra Valley Tea Co. Introduced in 2006, Yarra Valley has since become a globally recognized brand.  Organically grown in Australia, Yarra Valley Tea is dedicated to producing the highest quality green, herbal and chai teas.

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Tsaa Laya Tea from the Philippines embodies the island nations' rich culture in an exquisite tea experience.