The original beverage's name roots
in the Mandarin word "chá" which is
adapted to languages in India, Arabian countries, the
Middle East and Russia. In Europe, Australia and the
Americas the name derives from the word "tay"
which was used by people in Shanghai and Amoy. It is
said that countries where the words Tee, té or
tea are used, have received the famous beverage by seaway.
Everywhere we hear chai or cha there we know that ancestors
received the first tea by land.
Find more about the fascinating beverage and learn how
it is grown, processed, harvested and shipped.