National Tea Day

National Tea Day Quick Facts

2021 Date21 April 2021
2022 Date21 April 2022
National Tea Day

National Tea Day History

National Tea Day seeks to promote and raise awareness about tea. Tea is a beverage that is prepared using hot or boiling water. There are many different types such as green, black, and herbal. What is traditionally known as tea come from the leaves of the East Asian evergreen shrub Camellia sinensis. These leaves contain about 4% caffeine and are typically harvested for tea production. Different teas are created using different methods of harvesting and processing. Some undergo a process called oxidation which involves exposing tea leaves to oxygen in order to dry and darken them. This changes the flavor, aroma, and strength of the tea. This day aims to increase the number of tea drinkers in the world. It encourages tea drinkers to try new varieties of tea and to acquire better quality teas.

National Tea Day seems to have been started in 2005 as a promotion for tea. It is observed annually on 21 April.

National Tea Day Facts

  • According to, more than 3 million tonnes of tea are consumed worldwide.
  • It is believed that tea has been consumed since 2700 BCE in central China.
  • According to, the most popular teas are:
    1) Darjeeling
    2) English Breakfast
    3) Matcha
    4) Chai

National Tea Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Brew some tea. There are several different types depending on the desired effect. Popular teas include black, green, and chai.
  • Learn more about the different types of tea.
  • Visit a tea shop. Many shops have specialty drinks and teas available.

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