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In a recent study commissioned by the Tea Board of India, Maharashtra has emerged as the Indian state that consumes the most tea. West Bengal (home to Darjeeling and the Dooars) and Assam — India’s largest tea producing states — ranked 9th and 14th respectively. India consumes about 755.52 million kilos of tea, which equates […]
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The winner is Ireland, by a long shot. The national average is about 4 cups per person per day. That’s over 7 pounds of loose tea per person every year! I’m guessing the second most consumed beverage in Ireland is Guinness.
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