Tea is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Unless you have been living under a rock for all these years, you must have come in contact with tea at some point time, or maybe even everyday, depending on your liking for tea. If you look around, you will find many tea enthusiasts who swear by their daily cup of preferred tea. Various people prefer different kinds of tea- be it green tea, black tea, white tea, oolong tea or any other variety.

Tea in India: A Cultural Perspective

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Nowadays, tea or chai is synonymous with Indian culture. Tea has seeped into the Indian culture so thoroughly, that it is difficult to imagine it as a modern addition, which happened at the time of Britishers. Tea was not a popular drink in India before the British began its commercial production from various tea estates in the country. Now, it is so popular that you would be hard pressed to find a place in India where tea is not available.
When someone says “tea”, your immediate thought is the hot cup of steamy tea made by your mother on cold rainy days, or the tea made by the tea stall at the corner that you frequently visit. Many of us take it for granted that this is the best tea we have had. Yet, let me tell you, if you want some real adventure for your taste buds, there are many varieties of tea available.

Difference between Assam and Darjeeling tea

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If you are a tea enthusiast, you must have heard about Assam tea and Darjeeling tea. They are some of the most popular verities of tea. They are known for their distinct aroma and flavor all over the world. These varieties of tea are produced in the mountainous regions of North-Eastern India.

Indian TEA: How Tea Conquered India

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With tea being such an integral part of Indian culture, have you ever wondered how it came to India in the first place? How did it become so popular and ubiquitous? Read on if you are curious to know all this and more.
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