Nepal is situated in the Himalayas, and is a beautiful tea-growing area which has five different climatic regions. Five seasons — summer, winter, autumn, spring, and monsoon — are observed. Bushes grown here are the v. sinensis varietal of the camellia sinensis plant, and grow a first, second, and late flush. Most of the teas grown in Nepal are organic, and many of them are light and fruity. One of the most well-known tea growing areas Guranse and Australian Tea Masters is luck to have a range of organic ,tippy black tea ,organic green emerald and Himalayan Shangrila white tea.
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Australian Tea Masters is the leading organisation for tea training and tea education in Australasia.
Tea Master Sharyn Johnston founded the organisation in 2011 as its director, and is a specialist business executive with over 25 years of global training experience. Sharyn has worked with some of the world’s leading tea experts to develop the training material used in the Australian Tea Masters Certified Tea Master course.
We are the leading organisation in Australia delivering a Certified Tea Master structured curriculum, training tea professionals in the art of tea mastery. We also provide a variety of other training courses for anyone interested in learning more about tea, including our online foundation course Tea 101, as well as our in-depth Certified Tea Blending course for beginners and advanced tea professionals looking to become premier tea blenders.
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