A summer serie’s portrait, published by the French newspaper Le Monde, sheds light on the white tea garden grown by our member Clara Estrela Rego on São Miguel Island, Azores, on behalf of the São Miguel Agrarian Development Service of the Regional Government of the Azores. It draws on the two centuries old history ofContinue reading “The White Teas of Clara Estrela Rego, Azores Islands, in the spotlight”
A scientific team, gathered around Professor Elisabetta Damiani, from the Università Politecnica delle Marche, based in Ancona, Italy, has recently conducted two studies, to assess and compare the healthy content of European teas, originated from six different tea gardens grown by EuT members. The two studies were conducted between 2021 and 2022, and focused onContinue reading “Scientific studies document the healthy content of European Specialty Teas”
The updated EuT Leaflet 2023 Edition presents 19 tea growers and tea makers from locations all around Europe, adding 9 tea gardens from the precedent 2021 edition! Please get in touch with us if you would like to plan a visit with tea producers in your area, and taste what European teas have to offer.Continue reading “EuT Leaflet 2023 is online!”
The Tea Grown in Europe Association is happy to join the 4th Global May Tea Part, on the 23rd May 2023!
The Tea Grown in Europe Association joins the 3rd Global May Tea Party
The Casa del Tè, home of EuT’s president Tobias Denzler, is nominated for the Prix Montagne 2022, sponsored by the Swiss Moutain Aid.Vote to support Tobias’ tea garden, located on the Monte Verità, in Ticino, a place steeped in history.