It all started with a leaf of tea that the fertile wind swept into the boiling water. in the below cell 219 In 2737 BC, this special leaf, which affects the Great Chinese Emperor Shen Nung with its smell and taste, has become the most consumed drink of the whole world after water for centuries.

Thousands of years later (1559), tea, which met Europe, began to become an indispensable part of daily life in Europe, especially in England, Germany and the Netherlands.

With the commercial activities of Europeans, tea began to be consumed almost everywhere in the world, and every culture has created its own tea culture. In 1753, Camellia Sinensis, the scientific name of the flower, was given.

In the 1800s, in Europe and America, the tea industry started to gradually show itself. In order to meet the growing demand and to preserve the quality of the tea, tea gardens were formed in Assam and Seylan islands, which are still considered as the most productive tea production areas of the world today.

Turkey meets the Tea...

Turkey's fertile soil in 1787 met with tea plant. The first production experiment in Bursa was not successful due to the climatic conditions. In 1917, Ali Riza Bey (Erten), the deputy director of Halkali Ziraat Mektebi Alisi of the time, collected the outcomes of his research. Ali Riza Bey received approval from the parliament for tea production in Rize on 16.02.1924. The tea which is a unique flavor of the Black Sea continues to be the taste of our mouths and essential part of our conversations since it has been sprout in these lands since then.


The Secrets of an Ideal Tea

To prepare a delicious and steep tea;

Water is very important for a delicious tea.

We recommend you use natural spring water. If the water used is tap water, it should be chlorine-free and potable water.

The little teapot sits on the teapot as empty so that the teapot is heated up to the boiling water of the teapot.

The water boiling in the teapot is poured into the empty little teapot above. Tea is added on it according to the number of people. Cold water should not be added to the decreasing water on the teapot. Because the tea begins to bend, takes its taste and steep from the steam at the bottom of the water.

After the brewing process, to keep the aromatic flavor of the tea a little bit further, keep the mouth of the brewer closed to protect the steam inside the brewer.

Because it keeps the heat better, tea addicts who care much about the joy of the tea prefer porcelain teapots.

Putting too much tea on the teapot does not mean getting more steep or taste.

It is enough for a delicious tea steaming, to follow the tea brewing recipes on the Dogus Tea packages you use.