Tea International Day 21 May 2023 : ‘Let’s live this carefree world freely’, leave all the work, let’s drink tea first. Yes, whether it is the beginning of the morning or the feeling of the end of the day. A cup of tea is very important. Be it trouble or happiness, tea drinkers do not leave even a chance to drink tea. Today is a very special day especially for tea lovers because today i.e. 21 May 2023 is celebrated as International Tea Day. In a country like India, every day is tea day. But because today is a special day, we will tell you where in India the world’s best tea is available?
The world’s best tea is available in Darjeeling
Tea is such a thing which has a long history of its own. Also it has its own cultural and economic importance. Due to the cultivation of tea, there has been rural development in many heritage countries as well as there has been a reduction in poverty. That’s why every year May 21 is celebrated as International Tea Day. Darjeeling is situated in the foothills of the Himalayas and the world’s best tea leaves grow in Darjeeling gardens only. The black tea of Darjeeling is the traditional tea of the city. You drank a cup of black tea here, you will forget the rest of the tea.
Visit the tea gardens of Assam once
The state of Assam is such a state which is the largest tea producing state in the world. Whenever you go to visit Assam, you must visit the tea garden once and take a dip in the culture of tea. Visitors can learn about the art of tea making, from plucking the leaves to fermentation. Taiwan is the home of bubble tea or pearl milk tea. A drink was invented in this state in the 1980s. Bubble tea is a symbol of Taiwanese culture and identity. Two indigenous varieties of tea grown in the region include mountain tea and red sprout tea.
If you want to see the whole process of making tea, then you must visit Ooty once
Ooty is a hill station in the state of Tamil Nadu. Surrounded by three national parks and with its own toy train, it is a great place for tea lovers and travelers. The tea centers of Ooty and Coonoor are full of tea rooms where you can re-energize after a tiring day. A trip to Ooty is incomplete without visiting the Dodabetta Tea Museum & Factory, where you can witness the process of making tea from start to finish.
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