After water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world. This drink is consumed by a wide range of age groups in all levels of society. The countries where are not suitable for tea cultivation export tea from other tea growing countries.
Tea is classified into five types: black, white, green, oolong and pu-erh.
Kenya can be considered tea capital of the world. A great deal of the country’s population benefits from tea production.
Sri Lanka “the Pearl of Indian Ocean” also belongs to the world leading tea exporters. A great number of Tea connoisseur prefer Ceylon Tea produced in Sri Lanka because of its finest quality tea brands.
In China, the country with the largest planting of tea and third in output, most of the tea are produced for exporting reason, and they switched the captivating method to match the EU standard. In this country green tea is around half of the total export, black tea around one third and other teas one fifth.