NTV7 has produced a programme about tea.
The show – called Tea Tracker – tells the unique stories of the various types of tea from different countries including Malaysia.
Host Adrian Jalaludin will take audiences on trips to China, Japan, Taiwan, Myanmar and India in search of the finest teas.
He will explore the uniqueness of various teas including Chinese tea, Japanese green tea, Masala tea, bubble tea and Tibetan butter tea.
The programme will also give audiences an insight to the culture and lifestyles of the locals.
“Tea is not just tea – a beverage, but a culture.
“It is the second largest consumed beverage after water in the world,” said Goh Mung Chwee – executive director of Sabah Tea, which sponsored the show.
Located some 693m above sea-level on Mount Kinabalu, the Sabah Tea plantation is surrounded by the one of the world’s oldest rainforests.
The process of producing tea will also be shown on Tea Tracker.
“The programme is guaranteed to provide wholesome entertainment for the whole family,” said Ahmad Izham Omar – chief operating officer of TV Networks, Media Prima.
And Adrian is the lucky one to have a chance to try out some of the most unique, fine and prestigious teas in the world.
Among them, he especially loves the legendary Kangra tea from India. Find out why on the show
Viewers, who missed the show, can catch it on www.tonton.com.my.
Published May 18, 2012