This map of Asia shows how much tea is consumed annually by each of the continent’s countries.
Data from Statista reveals that in Asia, Turkey (now known as Türkiye) is the country with the highest yearly tea consumption per capita, at 3.16 kilograms (kg). It is also the leading country in the world in terms of tea drinkers.
For the rest of Asia, Iran and Russia are the only other countries that have more than 1 kg of tea consumption per capita, at 1.99 kg and 1.38 kg, respectively. The Philippines, with just 0.03 kg of tea usage every year, has the lowest tea consumption rate in the continent.
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