Today marks the beginning of the first day of the tea harvest in India.
The day will see some of the world’s largest teas, from tea from Yunnan to the tea grown in India’s southern plains.
Here are the results from the last four days of the harvest, which ended at 9am local time (10am AEST) on Tuesday.
There’s still plenty of tea to come, but it looks like tea is set to take a while to get through the growing season, which is now underway.
Tasting times in India tea markets have been relatively short this year, and tea companies have been struggling to meet demand.
The tea market is still very much in its infancy.
The market is now growing at about 4% per year, according to industry estimates.
But this year’s crop has been a success for the tea industry.
India tea is being sold for as little as $20 per kilo (about £16), compared with the $200 per kilogram (about $300) it usually costs in the United States.
But the tea prices aren’t quite as low as they once were.
In 2015, tea companies spent about $70 billion (about AU$94 billion) on teas.
That’s almost $1,000 per kilowatt-hour, or a little over $2,500 per liter.
There is some good news, though.
A number of tea companies, including the world-famous Yunnan Tea Company, have been able to sell tea at a price that is competitive with what the United Kingdom is charging for its tea.
But even with a lower price, Yunnan has been able not only to produce better quality teas but to sell them at a profit.
The company says it can make $2.3 billion per year from tea sales.
There are a number of other companies in the tea market, too, like Chinese Tea Company Ltd and Green Tea Association of India.
But, at the end of the day, the big question for tea is: is it good?
Yes, tea is generally good.
Tea is good for you, and it is good to have.
But there are some things to watch out for.
The tea you drink may not taste the same as tea that’s grown in China, for example.
The quality of tea can also vary from one region to another.
In general, tea leaves will be darker, and have more black and roasty flavour, than those grown in a single country.
And although you will taste the quality of a tea, the quality will vary according to the country where it was grown.
The big question about tea is how much of a health benefit is there?
Some research suggests tea has a health effect, especially when consumed in moderate amounts.
However, some studies suggest tea is actually bad for the heart.
Tea is good, but do you really need to drink it?
Tea is still an important part of Indian culture.
Many Indians consume it on special occasions and as a social activity, with traditional ceremonies such as tea ceremony, the tea party and tea party dancing.
It’s also part of the country’s social fabric.
But in a recent survey, the International Tea Alliance said more than half of Indians drink tea in one form or another.