Turkey is the world’s leading tea-drinking nation, with more than half of the population regularly drinking it.
Tea drinking culture in Ireland suffered a huge blow, but they eventually managed to bounce back.
Despite the rise of fruity and herbal beverages, most consumers still drink black tea – made from Camellia sinensis plants.
Moroccans take great pride in their tea culture, and it shows. When visiting their homes, everyone is treated to a cup of tea as they are always welcomed warmly.
Egypt consumes between 65,000-75,000 tons of tea annually, including Earl Grey, Green Tea, Assam and flavored herbals.
You can purchase it in either leaf or teabag form, with leaves from Camellia sinensis being roasted and brewed to create the delicious beverage we know as tea.