I like drinking Chinese tea but I have never tasted Indian tea before. I hope I will drink some Indian tea in the coming days.
Chinese tea because it has a wide variety of types. Indian tea because occasionally i need a break from chinese tea & want a darjeeling
I like drinking Chinese tea. And I haven’t tasted Indian tea, but I’d like to try Indian tea.
I prefer indian tea, Masala Chai is always a winner for a breakfast pick me up!
Both are good. But I am more familiar with Chinese tea and enjoy exploring different types of it.
I prefer Chinese oolong and green tea. But in terms of black tea, Indian Darjeeling and Assam are also good choices.
1) This is a false dichotomy.
2) Absurdly vague question. Both countries produce lots of excellent tea and lots of crap tea.
I’d choose a cup of EX invoice Goomtee First Flush Darjeeling over 99.99% of Chinese teas.
But I’d also take a cup of Hojo’s $3/gram Special Tribute Keemun over 99.99% of Indian teas.
Just dawned on me, since a couple of these vague ‘China v India/rest of world’ questions are popping up by users with new accounts, I wonder if China is supporting the Ghorka strike that is decimating Darjeeling tea industry? What a low blow that would be. http://www.oneindia.com/india/gorkhaland-agitation-is-china-behind-darjeeling-unrest-too-2496524.html
I personally love Chinese teas but cannot resist a good fruity Indian blend. Although I honestly never had Indian teas with milk and sugar before.