The British gardener who sells tea to China
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Unique microclimate boosts Britain's tea industry

Until recently, Britain has relied on importing tea. Now several regions have started growing their own. One estate in Cornwall, England, even exports their produce to other tea-growing countries like China - the birthplace of tea. Jonathan Jones, Managing Director of Trading at Tregothnan Estate, explains how a unique microclimate is helping Britain's first commercial tea plantation to thrive.

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  • 21 Jun 2017