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Tea in Asia



The population of the following Asian countries of South-East used to have tea : Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Burma, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia. Tea is different: green tea, red tea, Wulong tea and flavored tea, and people take hot tea and also mixed iced tea, pure tea ...


Tea consumption in Asia

The population of the following Asian countries of South-East used to have tea: Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Burma, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia.

Philippines and Brunei, Influenced by Chinese immigrants, people of these countries have begun to make a habit of drinking tea, and methods are quite varied.

Tea is different: green tea, red tea, Wulong tea, the Pu'er tea and flavored tea, and people take hot tea and also mixed iced tea, pure tea and tea also several tastes.

Some popular types of tea in Asia

The Vietnamese tea flavored with orange flower citron

Vietnam borders the autonomous region of Guangxi Zhuang China. Customs on tea are so similar to those of Guangxi.

In addition, the Vietnamese prefer tea with orange bitter orange blossom, a kind of white flower and fragrant. Vietnamese often dry flowers, then take three to five buttons to mix with the tea and drink.

Hence the name of this tea: tea with orange bitter orange blossom. This tea has functions ease the pain, reduce phlegm and detoxify.

After brewing the tea, we see in green tea, few buttons of white flower, which is very nice.


The Bak Kut Teh served in Singapore and Malaysia

As for the Bak Kut Teh, we take meat while drinking this tea. It often takes fresh chops for this meal, and sometimes also used pig offal, meat, beef or chicken. As the tea leaves, most are Wulong tea produced in Fujian, such as tea or tea Tieguanyin Dahongpao.


The salty tea Thailand

Northern Thailand is around Yunnan Province of China. Here, people have used to take salted tea. Indeed, the production of this tea is similar to that made ​​by minority ethnic groups in Yunnan and is generally produced during the rainy season.

Thus, salty tea is a dish. It is often mixed with perfume ingredients, then chews. The local climate is hot and humid. This savory dish is fragrant and cold. So it became a common dish of the region.


Iced tea in Indonesia

Of the three meals of the day, Indonesians believe that lunch is more important than breakfast and dinner. The lunch dishes are diverse. But Indonesians usually take iced tea after lunch, whatever the season.

It is made ​​of red tea, mixed with sugar and other ingredients, then put it in the fridge and takes when needed.

Tea production in Asia

The development of production in China and India continue to influence the price of tea. Example, drought in the first four months of 2012 has affected production in northeastern Assam, the main producing area of tea India, dropping the production of more than 14% compared to a year ago.

This decline in production is expected to keep tea prices at a high level in India and global markets. Therefore, if the Mombasa auction prices have not changed between February and June 2012, in August 2012, they had increased from 3.6% to 5.6% of records achieved in December 2009 prices.

Regarding consumer trends, tea culture in China is changing. Traditional tea houses in large cities have given way to end tea shops selling some high tea leaves most prestigious Chinese consumers following the Western trends.

In this context, preferably more we observe greater for black tea, given the combination of black tea with lifestyles U.S. and UK. Black tea is more often purchased by Chinese tea houses in India and taking a market share of East Africa.

Moreover, the annual consumption of tea in India is increasing, exceeding the growth domestic production. Worldwide demand for tea should remain high in 2012. Exports Sri Lankan tea are supported despite the unrest in the Middle East and North Africa, a traditional market for tea in Sri Lanka.

Asian brands of teas

Chinese tea brands

Chinese teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in China

Indian tea brands

Indian teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in India

Indonesian tea brands

Indonesian teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Indonesia

Japanese tea brands

Japanese teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Japan

Malaysian tea brands

Malaysian teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Malaysia

Sri Lankan tea brands

Sri Lankan teas  Link toward page brands of tea in Sri Lanka

Taiwanese tea brands

Taiwanese teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Taiwan

Thai tea brands

Thai teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Thailand

Vietnamese tea brands

Vietnamese teas  Link toward the page of tea brands in Vietnam


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