Cup of Tea
Cup of Tea
Finding The Best Tea Around the World
There are many varieties of tea such as black, green, or oolong tea.
In the tea industry, experts use tea leaf grading, so we can easily evaluate the quality of the tea leaves themselves.
Certain avid tea drinkers argue it's not just about the quality of the tea itself,
but the tea cup from which the beverage is consumed from.
It is well documented that various nationalities use different tea cups for various purposes.
The British use a porcelain small tea cup, usually with a small handle.
Argentinians use a special gourd for the yerba mate, whilst Moroccans have their mint tea in a tall glass.
Searching for the best tea is difficult, not because high quality tea is hard to find, but because the task itself is subjective.
There are myriad teas around the world, some more famous than others.
Whilst I think milky oolong is the best tea in the world, many others would prefer pu-erh tea, rooibos, or the famed Japanese matcha.
Tea lovers rejoice, we're about to pack the bags and go on a quest, travel the world and find delicious flavours, herbal infusions and specialty tea.