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Indonesian Tea

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The tropical island nation of Indonesia has been harvesting and exporting tea since the early 17th century, when Dutch traders began colonizing the region. The majority of Indonesian Tea is black tea, and comes from the islands of Java and Sumatra. Indonesia also exports a small quantity of green tea, which is considered rarer than its Indian and Chinese counterparts.Our loose leaf Indonesian tea comes in caffeinated and decaffeinated varieties.
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