PC is a tea taster at J.Thomas & Company, the world’s largest tea retailer. His son Mohankumar also pursued the path of Ramakrishnan in 1991 and chose tea-tasting as his profession. After completing his studies at Loyola College, Chennai, he joined his father, J.Thomas, and worked directly with most of the tea estates in India, with centers in Kochi, Calcutta and Guwahati.
Darjeeling tea is the best tea in India. The soil, the weather, the height of the plantation, the rainfall, the timing of transplanting, the manner in which it is handled – these are the factors that determine the taste of tea. A kilo of Darjeeling tea costs from Rs 2000 to Rs 13,000. It will be shipped to Japan and Germany. Common tea costs from Rs 200 to Rs 300 per kg .The most common tea in South India is priced at Rs 100-130 per kilo. Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka account for the bulk of the total tea produced in the country, while Assam and Panchamakal are the two leading tea producers in the country.
In 1861, he founded the Calcutta Tea Trading Company in British India. Thomas Company is currently conducting its own course on tea tasting. The fee for a four-week course is Rs. Mohankumar, hailing from Koilandi, Kozhikode, has been working in UK since 2003. She works in the marketing arm of Blue Mountain Tea and Commodities, a subsidiary of Global Tea and Commodities. The tea trade which was formerly centered on the big tea houses in India is now mostly online.
Teachers of Valiyangadi in Kozhikode are able to determine the quality of their tea by hand grinding it and making it tea. Kenyans buy most of our tea. Kenyan tea is expensive. They import our tea and blend it with the local tea market and make it to the global market. Blending of many varieties of tea is a tasty treat. Now there are many green teas and herbal teas available in the market including vanilla, basil, lemon, ginger, etc. to suit the growing tastes and needs of the global market. Tea is a product that can produce endless taste variations. Each experiment brings it to new continents of taste. The crisis created by Kovid’s time is sure to go away. Because the world has no end to the taste of tea lovers. That is the hope of the tea industry, ”says Mohan Kumar.
Remember tea, today is World Tea Day
Malayalees are the ones who start the day with tea. We can recall the thousands who worked in the tea gardens during adversity during Kovid. Respectfully Their labor turns into a storming taste in tea cups. It is also a reminder that when the world celebrates International Tea Day, it aims to do so. The quality of life, health and social security of workers still working in the tea gardens has not been as high as in other areas. Tea Day is meant to shed light on their lives.
The World Tea Day has been celebrated since 2005 on the invitation of the United Nations on September 15, 2005, but has been postponed to May 21, 2019. May is the main season for tea in India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Nepal.
Expert observation that tea drinking plays a critical role in the development of biological resistance in humans. The quality of green tea is considered worldwide in cancer prevention and research. Tea lovers firmly believe that green tea can promote human biological resistance even in combat.
It is estimated that the Malayalees consume around 55 lakh kg of tea a month. The company produces about 135 billion kilos of tea annually. World’s share is 600 billion kg. China is the world’s leading producer of 240 million kilos of tea. The global importance of tea underscores the fact that tea is the largest drinker in the world after water. This is underscored by the message that the tea worker, who works in distant countries, must remember when we drink tea.
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