You’ve probably heard a lot about Sri Lankan teas, Indian teas, Japanese teas, Chinese teas… even Kenyan teas. But what you probably haven’t heard a lot about is Australian-grown tea. Many people are unaware that Australia’s tea industry has been quickly gathering momentum, with a number of people and tea companies growing tea in large amounts from Queensland to Tasmania. The following article gives an insightful and in-depth view of the tea cultivation industry from within Australia’s borders.
Tea Farming in Australia
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