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Promoted item:Pure Matcha Green Tea Powder Tradition 100% Natural 8.8 Oz./250 G.

Pure Matcha Green Tea Powder Tradition 100% Natural 8.8 Oz./250 G.

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About Tea

Over three million metric tons of tea is produced worldwide every year. The major producers of tea are, unsurprisingly, India and China. Together, these two countries account for 46 percent of the world's total tea production. Somewhat surprisingly, however, the runner-up countries are Indonesia and Kenya. Other major tea producers include Russia, Iran, and Japan.Tea leaves come from the Camellia sinensis plant. There are four different grades of tea recognized worldwide. These grades correspond to different levels of tea bud maturation. When the buds are harvested early in life and fermented, the tea they produce is called white tea. When teas leaves are harvested mid life cycle, the resulting brew is called green tea. Oolong is the next grade up. Black tea is the highest, richest grade. It's made from leaves which are near the end of their life cycle. Black tea is sometimes referred to as 'red tea,' although tea experts contend that the term 'red tea' only applies to the African rooibos variety.Tea has featured quite prominently in world affairs. The British taxation on Colonial goods led to the Boston Tea Party, which escalated tensions significantly between the Americans and the British. (The 'Tea Party' was actually nothing of the sort. Angry Colonists snuck into Boston Harbor at night and dumped huge amounts of imported, taxed British tea into the water as a protest.)The British traditionally host 'afternoon tea parties.' Not quite lunch and not quite dinner, 'tea' is an in-between meal. Fresh, fruity teas, often Earl Greys, are served with biscuits and other confectionery food. People in the United States largely consume their tea in an iced form. For the past decade or so, the U.S. has witnessed a staggering number of emerging iced tea companies. The Tazo Tea Company and other loose leaf tea bag merchants have thrived thanks to increased ice tea consumption.