When it comes to beverages, there is no such drink, which can replace the popularity of a hot cup of tea. From starting the day with an energetic note to a peaceful sleep, tea is no doubt a beneficial drink for us. Since years, tea is the grand topic in several discussions and befitting with that fact, there are several tea festivals across the globe are taking place in every year. Here are few words about the well-known tea festivals of the world.
Assam Tea Festival:
Apart from giving us the opportunity to view the alluring soothing natural scenery of the place, Assam has a lot more to impress us. It is also known as the source of malty, strong flavoured tea, which is now a world-famous beverage. This festival takes place in the district of Jorhat, which is widely known for its beauty as well as a vast tea garden. Apart from highlighting various tea sampling, this festival offers various food fair and activities.
Tea World Festival of Japan:
Japan is one of the largest tea producers in Asia. In Japan, the tea festival in the place called Seoul from May to June. Different types of teas like yellow tea of China, Caked tea adorn the festival. Besides tea sampling, the chief attraction of the festival is its wide range of tea accessories like teapot, cup, tea box, silver teacup, traditional bowl etc. The alluring tea collections along with traditional and contemporary tea accessories make the festival a complete tourist package.
Teesta Tea and Tourism Festival of India:
After Assam tea festival, another popular tea festival is the Teesta Tea and Tourism Festival of India. In Darjeeling every year during either December or January, this festival held for ten days. The main aim of this festival is to make people aware of Darjeeling Tea and boast the tourism as well. Various flavours and types can be found in this festival, however, Oolong, White, Black, Earl Grey are the most popular option to indulge in.
Boseong Green Tea Festival of Korea:
Boseong Green Tea Festival is the largest tea festival in Korea. Every year it is held in the Third week of May. It is one of the ancient tea festivals running successfully almost for four decades. Boseong is famous for its green tea. Rather than the green tea
, there are various splendid tea flavours to try. By taking part in this renowned festival, you will not only able to try various unique tea flavours, but you will also get to know about the tea culture of Korea.