It is prepared and poured from a height into a glass to create a forma and is served to guests leaving a refreshing taste to taste buds. It has green Chinese gunpowder tea and in winter, lemon verbena is sometimes added
2- Sri Lanka
The tea of Sri Lanka is subtler in flavor and color. Its towns like Kandy, Dimbula and Nuwara Eliya are the best places to get countered with tea plantations.
India has the world’s biggest producers and consumers of tea is most famous for its masala chai, which combines black tea with milk, sugar, ginger and cardamom. It is widely sold on every street corner by chai wallahs in small cups. The iconic tea destination in the entire country is Darjeeling which is surrounded by Himalayan peaks.
China possesses the world’s oldest, and tea ceremonies, elegant teahouses and vastly expensive teas. They are yellow, green or black (or red, as the Chinese say) and have quite a revival. The renowned tea houses are located in Sichuan Province which has a socially uplifting environment.
Japan has some delicious tea. You need to embrace the japanese tea ceremony in which a lacquered lady in a kimono choreographs an age-old ritual involving matcha or powdered green tea whose bitter, grassy flavour many find unpleasant.