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Lesson details

Tea may come in a variety of flavors and colors, but it all stems from the same plant. Grown all year round in warm climates, the tea bush, known as Camellia Sinensis, can reach more than 25 meters high and produce tea leaves for more than 3000 years. Now that's pretty old!

What you'll learn in the Where tea comes from lesson

  • Where tea comes from
  • What the best conditions are for growing tea
  • Which regions are the main tea producers in the world

Who the Tea fundamentals course is for

Whether you have a curated tea menu or are looking at delving into the world of tea, this online course is perfect for those seeking to understand why tea has become the second most consumed beverage in the world.


Nathan Wakeford

Nathan Wakeford is Director of Somage Fine Foods and considered by many to be the foremost authority of tea in Australia.

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