Tea Essay Topics

For all the Tea in China by Sarah Rose

“For all the Tea in China -How England Stole the World’s Favorite Drink and Changed History ” as the subtitle foreshadows the story already. Before I had even read the book I assumed it would be a journey of betrayal, action and only closed off to the events that occur re’s as Robert Fortune underhandedly… View Article

Effect of Green and Black Teas

Determining the efficiency of various types of teas and its components, and the binding of tea with lipoproteins as for prevention of the occurrence of coronary heart diseases, is the primary objective of the study. Based on established scientific researches, one of the components of tea called phenols, are responsible for producing the antioxidant attributes… View Article

Tea Brands in Bangladesh

Tea is one of the oldest and most favorably consumed beverages around the world. Tea is generally categorized into 3 major groups—green tea, oolong tea, and black tea—depending on the degree of fermentation of tealeaf. The tea species, cultivated region, processing method, and various other factors significantly contribute to the formation of delicate sensory characteristics… View Article

Histroy of Indian Tea

Tea was first introduced into India by the British, in an attempt to break the Chinese monopoly on tea.[1] The British, “using Chinese seeds, plus Chinese planting and cultivating techniques, launched a tea industry by offering land in Assam to any European who agreed to cultivate tea for export.”[1] Tea was originally only consumed by… View Article

The tea market

I. INTRODUCTION/ HISTORY The tea market is dominated by five countries, Kenya, Sri Lanka, China, India and Indonesia, which export about 80% of the world tea. Apart from China, the rest mainly produce black tea. In 2004, the world’s net import of tea was 1.42 million tonnes, out of which 1.17 million tonnes (82%) was… View Article

A History of the World in 6 Glasses

1. The author’s main thesis in setting the book is that drinks have shaped human history ever since early humans were forced to live by rivers, springs and lakes to ensure an adequate supply of freshwater. 2. These fluids like water are vital to us because we would not be able to live more than… View Article

Thesis in tea bags

Abstract: This project is being done to know the potency of the extract from Camellia sinensis as an ink. This project aims for making an ink for a cheaper and in alternative way than the commercial and branded one. Problem: How to make an alternative ink out of Camellia sinensis that can be found in… View Article

Marketing Planning

INTRODUCTION Unilever started its operations in Vietnam in 1995 and do business in fast moving consumer goods area. It has developed an extensive local network of distributors and retailers with commit to “make Vietnamese lives better” through the provision of a wide range of international quality and affordable priced products in health, hygiene and nutrition…. View Article

Marketing Objectives

Executive Summary Ceylon Tea came into being nearly a century and half back when the then existing coffee plantations, struck by a deadly disease – which virtually proved the death knell of coffee in Ceylon as it was then called, were converted to tea plantations. Nearly all the coffee plantations were very soon converted to… View Article

A History of the World in 6 Glasses Study Questions

1. The author’s main thesis in setting up this book is that many drinks have built and brought together human history in to what we know about it. 2. The fluids that are mentioned in the book are vital because each one played a role in many areas of history and they are a crucial… View Article