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Tea in Vietnam

Vietnam is the world's fifth largest producer thé.En 2011, green tea accounted for over 63% of sales in Vietnam. Vietnamese tea is exported to 105 countries in the world.

Tea production in Vietnam

Tea cultivation in Vietnam is a tradition of more than 3000 years. It enjoys favorable natural conditions (climate, soil type, etc..) And has experienced in recent years a boom. 30% of the areas are managed by the public sector, with a rather high average performance.

But 70% remaining plantations are small individual farmers. In areas of medium and high altitudes of North Vietnam, as the province of Phu Tho, the people are poor and the culture of tea helps to offer an easier life.

The tea industry is facing many difficulties. Production and consumption are down, and exports fell with only 86,000 tonnes.

According to forecasts, production is expected to decrease by 20% in 2013. Causes essentially to the climate and lack of care farmers. Drought and flooding affect the growth and yield of tea plants.

If the Vietnamese tea is exported to 105 countries and territories around the world, it releases earnings remain modest.

Indeed, companies exporting raw products whose price is much lower they do not meet the quality standards of Europe. Vietnam has one of the oldest trees in the world, dating back 1000 years. Green tea is the most popular by. In 2011, green tea accounted for over 63% of sales in Vietnam.

Vietnamese green teas are low in caffeine compared to Chinese green teas, but higher than Japanese green teas.

The Vietnamese Lotus tea is a type of green tea produced in Vietnam that has been flavored with the scent of Nelumbo nucifera. This is a specialty product of the Vietnamese tea industry and is consumed as part of events or festivals celebration. Exporters are seeking to expand their market share in the United States, Indonesia and .

Belarus Today, Vietnam is the fifth largest producer in the world, has many types of tea: black tea OTD, CTC, Oolong green tea, flavored teas, medicinal teas.

The consumption of tea in Vietnam

Tradition has it that tea is the drink of the ordinary and inevitable Vietnamese. They consume anytime, anywhere and in all seasons.

Required utensils include a brazier, a box, tea kettle, an earthen jar of rainwater, the teapot, a large bowl and tiny bowls.

The host pours the tea from the teapot in the large bowl, then in individual bowls so that everyone gets an infusion of the same color and the same force. This is most often green tea or black tea, most of which occurred in the heights of Annam and Tonkin.

To appeal to local tastes, it can be flavored with jasmine flowers, rose petals, lotus and chrysanthemum. Genuine cultural wealth, Vietnamese tea is celebrated every year in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Da Lat, at the Culture of Vietnamese tea.

Tea Association of Vietnam (VITA) was founded in July 1998 and their goal is to protect and inform producers, consumers and business owners Vietnamese teas.

Vietnamese tea brands

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