Harvest Review: Tea in the Cordillera

La Tetería Tea Estate near Villarrica, Chile. Photo by estate director Patricio Hurtado. Tea is a staple in Chile, a country steadfastly loyal to tea located on a continent of coffee drinkers. The tea market there is growing at 20% per year, driven by a desire for health and wellness and an appreciation for better tasting specialty tea. There is no reliable data on when tea first arrived in Chile, but it is likely around the end of the 18th century, brought by the English who sailed the S

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4 thoughts on “Harvest Review: Tea in the Cordillera

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