Tea Production & Consumption in Turkey
The Black Sea Region covers approximately 18 percent of the land in Turkey, with a surface area of 141,000 km2. The Black Sea Region, which gets its name and characteristics from the adjacent sea, extends from the border of Georgia in the east to the eastern edge of the Adapazari Plain in the west. All of the provinces of Artvin, Rize, Trabzon, Gumushane, Bayburt, Giresun, Ordu, Sinop, Samsun, Amasya, Kastamonu, Zonguldak, Bartin, Bolu, and almost all of Tokat, are in the Black Sea Region.
The Turks used to serve their teas in quaint little glasses which allows you to see the colour of your tea as you drink it. And it is also one of the greatest cultural sign of love and respect.
In fact the most popular Region by tea production is the black sea region in Turkey due to its wide nature and indeed to the fertile soil. So that for many decades it is still taking number one by producing tea and supply it world widely.
In 1935 the turkish people started their way produce tea. And so the first tea factory in Turkey was established in 1947 producing tea and selling regionally.
And so Turkey has become by the 21th century number one in the world producing tea and exporting to the whole world. Turkey today exports tea to 25 countries all over the map and still gives one of the best qualities in the world.
So for these obvious reasons we proudly say that the Turkish tea is very unique in terms of quality and the great taste.
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