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Summary
Produce Ethiopia tea
Varieties Black tea, green tea, herbal mint tea
Packaging Solid crates, aerating plastic sacks, plywood chests, as per client's specifications.
Season All year round
Storage 60% humidity
Transport conditions 14 degrees celsius

Ethiopia tea is greatly recognized and awarded by the gold star prize for its scented green and black tea for being an all-around season produce.

it is also referred to as Camellia Sinensis is the key tropical produce that flourishes in the cool tropical weather of the rift valley as well as the southern highlands and is well known for doing fascinatingly well. In 1928, tea seeds were introduced through gore town to gumaro by the then British council general. It is believed that He derived the seeds from India and distributed them to the local farmers.

Tea farming is the main source of income to many small scale farmers as well as corporate farming agencies and is relied on by the government to produce export and local tea. Over 7000 tons of tea is produced, 4500 tons is locally consumed while the rest is exported. 

The varieties that are widely farmed are green, black and herbal mint tea. The herbal tea is drawn from smallholder farmers from Butajira in the rural southern highland regions. Herbal tea is among the most famous for its mint distinct flavor. Green tea is also praised widely for its outstanding health benefits.

it is grown in volcanic soil at an altitude of 7000 feet in the southern highlands. In the great rift valley, tea does well throughout the year under good drainage, acidic Ph as well as deep-set soil.tea will basically do good in 14-27 degrees celsius.

One of the advantages of Ethiopia tea is it is available all year round, this is because of its diverse agroecosystem in the southwestern highlands. Although it is reported that herbal tea is recommended in spring, green tea in summer and black tea in winter.

Ethiopia tea is harvested by hand by local farmers that handpick and choose the young and juicy leaves with a portion of the stem that they grew from along with the bud. A few leaves with part of the stem and bud is called flush while the flush with two or three leaves is called a golden flush. The tea leaves are processed accordingly and proceed to be packed in solid crates made of plywood or special chests that have an interior lining made of aluminum paper. Green tea is mostly packed in packs of about three kilograms while large shipments of tea are packed in aerating plastic sacks.

Tea requires a controlled environment with humidity of about 60 percent, warm temperatures of 14 degrees celsius and should remain observed under the same temperatures throughout transportation.

Tea is a common commodity in every household, this is because of its diverse benefits derived from the various varieties of tea. There’s always a flavor for everyone. Try Ethiopian tea today and get to taste the wonders of Ethiopian tea.