How much do you know about the world’s tea plantations?

Whether you prefer Darjeeling, puerh or silver needle tea, test your knowledge of tea producing countries around the world to celebrate International Tea Day

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1. In which county would you find the UK’s only tea plantation?

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2. Where was tea first planted in Sri Lanka, which is still home to most of the country’s plantations?

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3. What is the nickname of India’s most prized tea, Darjeeling?

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4. What is the most popular type of tea that is produced in Malaysia?

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5. What does puerh, a fermented tea traditionally produced in Yunnan, China, taste like?

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6. To produce silver needle tea, tender tea buds are handpicked before sunrise. But how does the variety get its name?

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7. In which country can you ride over tea plantations in a glass-bottomed cable car?

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8. What kind of tea is favoured in Tibet?

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9. What county in Kenya is best known for tea plantations?

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10. Where is Rize tea produced?

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11. If you wanted to ‘glamp’ inside a tea plantation on the Indonesian island of Java, which district would you visit?

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12. Which tea plantation in Queensland, Australia is also home to a family of rare Lumholtz tree kangaroos?

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13. Which part of Nepal is best known for tea plantations?

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14. Which country produces the most tea?

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15. Which type of tea is most popular in Vietnam?