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Phin Ho ‘shan tuyet’ tea –specialty of Ha Giang

Apart from stilt houses and seemingly endless terraced paddy fields, “shan tuyet” tea, a famous specialty of Phin Ho village, is one of the special things visitors cannot forget once setting foot in Tay Con Linh Mountain in Ha Giang.

Vietnam should not miss $37.5 billion market

Tea is among the top 10 key export agricultural products of Vietnam. However, instead of a sharp increase in export turnover like most other commodity groups, tea exports are declining.

Thai Nguyen listed among top 6 best places globally to enjoy tea

Marking International Tea Day, travel website Booking.com has unveiled a list of the top six must-visit destinations around the world for travelers to dive into the historical and cultural values of tea, with Thai Nguyen featured in the list.

Tea producers lose big money because of weak cooperation

The lack of materials for processing and the unhealthy competition among tea producers are the consequence of the uncontrolled increase in the number of tea processing workshops.

Chinese scramble to collect tea leaves, competing with local producers

VietNamNet Bridge - Tea producers complain that it has become difficult to collect raw materials because Chinese businesses have flocked to cultivation areas to collect tea leaves directly from farmers.

Vietnam’s tea industry feels pressure from decline in exports

VietNamNet Bridge - Analysts say it is time for Vietnam to focus on quality, rather than quantity, of tea exports.

Do coffee and tea really dehydrate us?

 We’re told that tea and coffee dehydrates us, says Claudia Hammond, but what’s the evidence say?

Tea of Tuyen Quang

 Going to the districts of Yen Son, Son Duong, Ham Yen and Na Hang in Tuyen Quang Province, visitors will see straight greenish tea beds everywhere.

Trademark of Vietnamese tea

 Ten years ago those who were devoted to the development of the Vietnamese tea sector worked out a strategy to build and popularize the trademark of Vietnamese tea. From this strategy, the tea potential of many areas in the country has been promoted.


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