History Of Tea: The day does not start without tea, know its history :
The credit for the modern use of tea in India goes to the British. However, even before this, tea leaves were used in India for other purposes.
Our day usually starts with a sip of tea. If tea is not available on any day, then that day itself seems incomplete. Tea has fitted in such a way between our daily routine and food that without it we cannot imagine a complete day. Every Indian is aware of the craving for tea and its comfort, but may not be aware of its history. In this article, we will tell you the history of tea.
How was tea discovered?
The discovery of tea is related to China. Shen nung, a ruler of China, is credited with its invention. However, this was not a deliberate discovery but an accidental one. This is about 4800 years ago from today i.e. 2732 BC. is the incident of. After this, people came to know about tea as a drinkable substance.
Tea trend in India :
The credit for the modern use of tea in India goes to the British. Even before this, tea leaves were used in India for other purposes, but from an industrial point of view the credit goes to the British only for its prevalence as a beverage. In the 1820s, an English officer even informed about the tea plant that in fact the tea plant was born in Assam. Just it was not used in its present form.
India is one of the leading countries in tea production :
India is one of the leading countries in the world not only in drinking tea but also in its production. India’s Assam, Nilgiri and Darjeeling teas are famous all over the world. Apart from India, China and Kenya are also among the top countries in the world in tea production.