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Travel Tibetan Po Cha

Where in the world is Carmen SanTEAego?

Epiphany Acevedo

When thinking about tea culture, it is easy to limit yourself to envisioning rolling green hills in China, Japan and India. Not only are there many more countries that produce and consume tea, but they all enjoy it very differently! Here's a peek at a few countries' tea cultures that you may not be familiar with.

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Travel The Tea Rooms, Stoke Newington

Quirky Afternoon Teas of London

Josie Sampson

Although originating some 200 years ago, the British custom of afternoon tea is still as alive as ever. Across the UK, afternoon tea can be had in countless hotels and tearooms, often paired with sandwiches, scones and cakes, served on a tiered cake stand. Of all cities, London stands tallest with its wide selection of afternoon tea options, tailored to suit any budget. In London, you may even experience an afternoon tea with a twist.

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Travel Don't leave your tea behind

Traveling and Tea: Have a Great Cup Anywhere

Diana Rosen

Anywhere in the world that you could travel, you'll find tea: tea rooms, cafes in museums, tea shops, farms that grow tea in the countries that grow tea (even in the U.S. - Hawaii, Oregon and on Wadmalaw Island off the coast of South Carolina), and museums dedicated to tea.

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