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Tea is a herbal drink that is taken by infusion, that is, when the plant is heated with water, all its properties are dissolved by this liquid and later ingested by ourselves hot or cold.
The arrival of tea in India is said to have found tea plants in 1824 in the border hills of Burma or Myanmar and Assam. The British began producing tea in India in 1836. The first seeds were obtained from China for cultivation, but later Assam tea seeds were used.
This day is dedicated to tea lovers. International Tea Day is celebrated every year on December 15. To commemorate this day, the goal is to draw global attention to the worldwide tea trade and the workers and producers of tea gardens, asserting the work of all the people involved.
In addition to China, India, Kenya, International Tea Day is held in many countries in addition to the top five tea producing countries in the world. By 2004, a meeting of trade associations and international organizations in the city of Mumbai in India decided to celebrate International Tea Day on December 15. International Tea Day was celebrated for the first time on December 15, 2005.
At the same time, it is said that in 1824 tea plants were found in the border hills of Burma or Myanmar and Assam. The British began producing tea in India in 1836. The first seeds were obtained from China for cultivation, but later Assam tea seeds were used. Tea in India was originally produced to meet the demand for tea in the UK markets. Today, tea is the most popular and cheapest drink in India.