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Tea comes from the Camellia sinensis species of plant and this humble drink is now a multi-billion dollar industry. In fact, tea is the second most popular drink in the world (water is the first).

Camellia sinensis falls into two varieties: Camellia sinensis var. sinensis and Camellia sinensis var. assamica. The former is from China with smaller leaves that can adapt to lower temperatures and the latter grows in India with larger leaves, better suited to warmer temperatures.

Whatever your choice of tea, we help you find speciality teas in Kent.

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  • Biddenden Vineyards in
  • Vineyard producing red, white, rose and sparkling wines, along with cider, apple and pear juices.Tours available. There is also a farm shop selling local artisan foods and tea room on site.