In recent news, Sri Lanka’s tea crop is affected by heavy rain in June. Some estates are seeing production fall to less than half and losses in some firms are mounting to 100 million rupees, according to an industry association. The Ceylon Planters’ Association of Ceylon,in particular, said that due to high labour costs and… Continue reading Sri Lanka’s Tea Crop is Affected by Heavy Rain
Sri Lanka tea production has increased this year, according to reports. Plantation company sources said that favorable weather conditions boosted tea production this year. Watawala Plantation PLC, General Manager J.W.Y.K. de Silva said that good weather helped to increase tea production this year and added that the upward trend could continue during the next couple of… Continue reading Sri Lanka Tea Production has Increased this Year
Tea is not just something nice to drink, but an international commodity. Have you ever wondered where that tea in your tea cup came from? Tea was first grown and cultivated in China. Before long, it spread to Japan and then was transplanted far and wide. Today, tea is cultivated on lush hills, high mountains… Continue reading Where In The World Is That Tea From?
Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world next to water, and can be found in almost all U.S. households. It is the only beverage that is commonly served hot or iced, anytime, anywhere, and for any occasion. On any given day, over 160 million Americans can be found drinking tea. In 2011… Continue reading The Business of Tea