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  1. Most Popular Tea Production Techniques

    Most Popular Tea Production Techniques
    We are all familiar with the four basic types of teas – green, white, oolong and black. There are other varieties as well like herbal teas, scented and flavored blends. But, tea production primarily means cultivation and production of the basic types of blends. Tea is produced from the plant called Camellia Sinensis. Tea leaves of this plant are processed...
  2. Rainforest Alliance Certified Teas - Know More

    Rainforest Alliance Certified Teas - Know More
    Tea is the second-most consumed beverage across the globe after water. This beverage is being cultivated in the foothills of the Himalayas as well as in plain lands of Assam. Tea cultivation takes place on a huge scale in this country and also incur substantial amount of revenue. But, tea farming is in jeopardy due to certain reasons like impact...
  3. Top 5 Tea Myths That Need to be Busted

    Top 5 Tea Myths That Need to be Busted
    Tea is undoubtedly a popular beverage and Indian palate countless varieties of this beverage. And brewing and drinking every cup of tea is learning something new with every pot. Its enormous complexities seem to get unfold with every consumption. Now, there are some rules which you can all ‘myths’ about this beverage that leads to misconceptions only. Time has come...
  4. The Growing Popularity of Tea Cafes in India

    The Growing Popularity of Tea Cafes in India
    Our country has an obsession for tea. It is the most refreshing drink that is welcomed any time. Tea stalls are a common sight in local streets selling flavored Masala Chai. These stalls are unorganized and fragmented and modern generation is looking for some midway option between roadside stalls and home consumption. Hence, they have embraced the concept of tea...
  5. The Rising Popularity of Indian Masala Chai

    The Rising Popularity of Indian Masala Chai
    The very word “chai” soothes millions of drinkers who love to savor the taste of this beverage any time. Adding some aromatic spices makes it an assorted drink. Interesting part is until 19th century, tea was not consumed as it is done today nor was it as much popular and enjoyed as the way it done these days. Masala chai...
  6. Importance of 'Fair Trade' in Tea Business

    Importance of 'Fair Trade' in Tea Business
    You must have seen tea plantations. This beverage is cultivated in small farmlands which have individual owners. These small plots of land are a part of large estate harvesting acres of tea of different types. These small scale farmers have to face many challenges as there is competition with tea plantations. Farmers sell tea leaves to these plantations and receive...

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