Third Caucasus Tea Festival

On October 23, 2010, CBDN together with the Caucasian Tea Producers’ Association organized the third Caucasus Tea Festival to popularize varieties of teas from the region, including Caucasus Tea, and to promote tea sector cooperation in the South Caucasus. The festival program consisted of tea tasting and presentations of the Caucasus tea sector – and discussions with the sector’s leading figures.

Caucasus Tea was presented among many other assortments of premium teas brands and attracted special attention with its regional format. Participants enjoyed the taste and aroma of teas from all corners of Caucasus as well as discussed present challenges the Caucasus tea-sector is facing, prospects for reviving of region’s tea growing traditions, strengthening export-import potentials and attracting foreign investments in the sector.

Apart from Armenian, Azerbaijani, Armenians from Nagorny Karabakh and Georgian producers and experts the event attracted a great turn out including business structures, authorities, NGOs and hundreds of people from the public. The event received a good media coverage across the region.

Invitation to the Third Caucasus Tea Festival

On 23rd October CBDN is organizing its traditional Caucasus Tea Festival to celebrate produce from across the region and to promote regional tea sector cooperation.Caucasus Tea, which symbolizes friendship between the Caucasian people, will be presented among various other teas from all corners of the South Caucasus.

The festival program will includes tea tasting and presentations of the Caucasus tea sector – and discussions with the sector’s leading figures.

During previous years, apart from the general public the event has attracted great numbers of officials and non-governmental structures, tea experts and producers along with tea business representatives and media from all over the Caucasus.

Please join us for cup of tea on Shardeni str in Tbilisi, 11am – 4pm, October 23 2010 and experience rich variety of flavours across the region!