This is a map of Europe detailing each country’s annual tea consumption per capita.
Turkey is the top tea-consuming nation in Europe, taking an average of 4 kilograms of tea for each person every year. The United Kingdom and Ireland are not too far behind, with a yearly average consumption of about 3 kg.
The other top tea-drinking countries include Russia, Poland, Germany, Ukraine, and the Netherlands. Those with little to no tea drinkers are from the Scandinavian region and the southern parts of the continent.
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- HISTORY OF TEA CONSUMPTION IN ENGLAND: IN THE 18th CENTURY
- A Social History of Tea: Tea’s Influence on Commerce, Culture & Community
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