Hiroshi Takatoh, CEO, founder, and blender at Japan-based Teatis Tea is exploring, with his team of food scientists and doctors, tea formulations to assist diabetics and pre-diabetics control their blood-sugar levels.
In the Canadian Rockies tea houses are unique to Canadian culture. The tea houses were built by Swiss guides to be a refuge for hikers and explorers travelling and enjoying the majestic countryside. They are a part of history in Banff.
With 6,325 acres under tea, Mozambique’s Cha de Magoma is the world’s largest bio-organic tea garden and its Monte Metilile brand is a success story that demonstrates the many advantages of scale in producing great-tasting, high-quality, clean teas.
Unlike much of Africa’s tea growing regions, Mozambique has true seasonality with an off season that enables tea bushes to produce the right concentration of phenolics essential in making great specialty tea.
The founders of Folklore Tea in Assam work with villagers to increase their awareness about tea as they introduce customers to those who made the tea, how the leaf was processed, the cultural ethos, and terroir.