Germany to import Myanmar teas

LOCAL tea producers recently joined hands with Germany- based TeeGschwendner to bring Myanmar teas to Western European markets.

Mr Daniel Marck of TeeGschwendner said his company prefers Myanmar’s high-quality specialty teas because of their delicious taste. “The teas give a sparkling amber infusion and have a light, peaty taste,” he said.

Local green tea manufacturers already export their products to several ASEAN countries and to the US.

“Exporting native green teas to Germany will bring better prospects for the country’s tea industry. It is a chance to promote our made-in-Myanmar product to the international consumers,” said Daw Nila Oo, a member of a local group of tea producers.

Myanmar is home to 200,000 acres of tea plantations and produces 40,000 metric tonnes of green, black and oolong teas annually, according to a survey.

Source: The Global New Light of Myanmar

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