Indian tea tastes different due to climate change

Associated Press: Tea growers in northeastern India say climate change has hurt the country's tea crop, leading not just to a drop in production but also subtly altering the flavor of their brew. Tropical Assam state, with its high humidity and lush greenery, is India's main tea growing region, producing nearly 55 percent of the country's enormous tea crop. Overall, India accounts for 31 percent of global tea production. But a gradual rise in Assam's temperatures, changes in rainfall patterns and a dip in tea......

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