Iranian Tea

Today, tea consumption is an integral part of normal life in Iran. But the history of tea consumption in Iran is less than two centuries.

However, some believe that the history of tea consumption in Iran dates back to the second century AD, and some tourists have spoken of teahouses where the rich and wealthy gathered and drank tea.

Tea cultivation in Iran began in 1314. In this year, one of the men of that period named Mohammad Mirza Kashif Al-Saltanah, who served as the Consul General of Iran in India, was able to return a few tea bags to Iran with great difficulty.

According to his studies on the types of tea and how to cultivate them, he chose the city of Lahijan because of the suitable weather for tea cultivation.

Iranian Tea

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