Top 10 Tea Brands in World

According to the data, there are more than 1 billion tea lovers in the world. The global tea output is 6.15 million tons, with more than 5000 tea brands. The analysis report of “The Global Top 10 Luxury Tea Brands” in 2021, exclusively prepared by the World Brand Lab, was released on February 23 in New York, USA. The report includes ten high-end famous tea brands from eight countries. Brands on the list include British brand TWININGS, Chinese brand Zhuyeqing, Singapore brand TWG, American brand Harney&Sons, French brand Marie fresh, etc.

The following is the list of the top 10 best tea brands in the world. The list includes the best luxury tea brands including the best organic tea brands.

#1 Twinings-US

Twinings tea is one of the oldest tea brands. Premium tea brands, such as Twinings, are the most important factor in a buying decision for 62% of Out Of Home consumers. What’s more, 49% of consumers report they would choose Twinings over any other brand in a cafe or coffee shop.(UK-

With a 300 year history of blending and innovating, Twinings are continually growing the tea market in order to encourage new users to try our teas, and as a result have seen a large number of consumers trade-up from traditional tea to premium blends and infusions.

As a brand, Twinings are trusted to deliver both quality and exceptional taste, giving your consumers the reassurance they will be served a great cup of tea every time they come to your outlet.

#2 ZhuYeQing

Zhuyeqing Tea is a Chinese green tea as well as a company trademark. The word Zhuyeqing can be translated into “Bamboo Leaf Green”.

Grown in Southwestern China’s Mount Emei, Zhuyeqing tea is relatively young compared to other famous Chinese tea. It was discovered by Foreign Minister General Chen Yi in 1964. Impressed by its quality, he enquired about it. When told it hadn’t had a name, General Chen proceeded to name it Zhuyeqing, because the leaves resemble bamboo shoots.

I bought the tea from China in June 2007. It is not an authentic tea produced by the Zhuyeqing company. I was just curious how it tasted like. You see, while high grade greens generally looks good, teas that look good doesn’t necessarily taste great. This is one example.

Looking at the single buds standing on their ends, hanging vertically at the top of the glass, you would think this is a great tea, won’t you? Well, it actually tastes astringent and has none of the characteristics of a high grade.

#3 TWG Tea

TWG tea was founded in 2007 by Taha from Morocco and Maranda Barnes from the United States. Interestingly, the place where the brand was founded was not the country of any one of them, but Singapore, where the agricultural output value accounted for less than 0.1% of the national economy, neither tea output nor special tea culture. In this regard, Taha said that, “Tea is a treasure of China and even the East, so we chose Asia as the birthplace of tea when establishing the brand.

We first decided to establish a brand in Asia, and then chose Singapore, because it is the best trading country in Asia. The year 1837 highlighted on the TWG tea brand logo is also a commemoration of Singapore’s history as a trading station for tea, spices and high-end luxury goods in that year. Today, our brand has grown from Singapore has developed all over the world. While we are delighted to be recognized by consumers, we are also proud of being a luxury brand in Asia. “

#4 Harney&Sons

Harney&Sons was founded in 1983, which can be called a collection of high-quality tea in the world. Harney&Sons will not stop, so they have been striving to surpass the classic traditional taste, take the lead in the world’s tea drinks and constantly innovate in the field of tea bags.

#5  Dilmah Tea 

This Sri Lankan tea brand was founded by Merrell J. Fernando in 1988. In 2009, it was the largest tea brand, worldwide. It is known for the best teas in the world. The company’s central area of attention is the quality of the teas they produce.

Dilmah Ceylon pure green tea is the finest tea in the entire nation with a unique rich taste, balanced flavours, and amazing aroma. It is a single-origin tea. It is all-natural with no additives.

#6 Tetley

Tetley is an English beverage manufacturer founded in 1837 in Yorkshire. It is the largest tea company in the United Kingdom and Canada, and the second largest in the United States by volume. Since 2000, Tetley has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Consumer Products, making it the second largest manufacturer of teas in the world, after Unilever.

#7 Mariage Frères

Mariage Frères is a French gourmet tea company, based in Paris. It was founded on 1 June 1854 by brothers Henri and Edouard Mariage.

#8 ChaiTime

It’s no wonder then that this quaint, traditional Indian concoction has evolved from a common man’s beverage to a whole new way of life for today’s young and old. The flavour of chai may change from one region to another, but the ease at which it brings people together never will.

We love chai. Well, considering we’ve been in the business since 1897, we kind of live and breathe it. Besides, we even drink it all the time. We’re the third generation of a chai family, cultivating and watering the fourth one already. We started off with a belief in chai and a single store in Nashik. Now we’re all over the place, selling over 250 million cups a month. We take life as it comes and evolve with the times, just like a cup of chai.

#9 Tazo

Tazo Tea Company is a tea and herbal tea blender and distributor founded in Portland, Oregon. It is now a division of Ekaterra and is based in Kent, Washington.

#10 Itokyuemon

Most people know its pure and super-expensive version used in the tea ceremony, but matcha green tea is one of the most widely used flavors in Japanese sweets and, much to the dismay of tea ceremony masters, has become a staple in coffee shops, too. No, not the plain “just add hot water and whisk” matcha used in the tea ceremony but one resembling Italian coffee. And this unique fusion is exactly what Ito Kyuemon Uji Matcha Green Tea Espresso brings to your (coffee) table.

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