This year the judges had a tough job with over 70 samples submitted from 10 producing countries.
We are proud to announce the winners from the first North American Tea Conference Sustainability Awards.
Raising the bar on what it means to be a Certified TAC TEA SOMMELIER ™/℠ Professional.
From the hills of Sri Lanka and India to the mountains and valleys of Kenya, tea is grown in some of the world's most exotic places.
Join us in our online classes and learn more about the beverage that you love. More class dates being added weekly.
How Certified TAC TEA SOMMELIER® Professionals are the up and coming thing – read about more trends…
Tea comes from the plant Camellia sinensis, a warm-weather evergreen. Tea is grown around the world in thousands of estates or tea gardens, resulting in thousands of flavorful variations.
Top health reasons to have more tea in your life.
A wide variety of quality teas are available to mix and match with savories and sweets for delicious flavor combinations. Here are some ideas to get you started.
There are more than 1500 kinds of tea from Camellia Sinensis plant but they fall into three main groups – black, green and oolong.
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