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Selling British Tea to China - 01 Feb 2013
Photographer Stefan Wermuth travelled to the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall to document a small, family-run business that is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of its product abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India.
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February 01, 2013
Evelyn Boscawen (L) and his wife Katharine, pose for a photograph at their home, the Tregothnan Estate...
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Evelyn Boscawen and his wife Katharine, owner of the Tregothnan Estate, pose for a photograph at their...
Evelyn Boscawen (L) and his wife Katharine, pose for a photograph at their home, the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)

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February 01, 2013
Wesley Goldsworthy picks tea leaves at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013....
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Goldsworthy picks tea leaves at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Wesley Goldsworthy picks tea leaves at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS FOOD)

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February 01, 2013
Deer gather at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an...
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Deer gather at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Deer gather at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT FOOD ANIMALS)

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Goldsworthy holds a basket with tea leaves at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Wesley Goldsworthy holds a basket with tea leaves at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT FOOD BUSINESS)

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Goldsworthy picks tea leaves at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Wesley Goldsworthy picks tea leaves at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
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February 01, 2013
Production manager Brian Eyers (R) and tea volunteer Brian Bowden work in a drying room at the Tregothnan...
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Production manager Eyers and tea volunteer Bowden work in a drying room at the Tregothnan Estate near...
Production manager Brian Eyers (R) and tea volunteer Brian Bowden work in a drying room at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Tea volunteer Brian Bowden smells Manuka in a drying room at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall...
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Tea volunteer Bowden smells Manuka in a drying room at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Tea volunteer Brian Bowden smells Manuka in a drying room at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Production manager Eyers works in a drying room at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Production manager Brian Eyers works in a drying room at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
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Estate assistant Katalin Odvide drinks a cup of tea as she labels tea packages at the Tregothnan Estate...
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Estate assistant Odvide drinks a cup of tea as she labels tea packages at the Tregothnan Estate near...
Estate assistant Katalin Odvide drinks a cup of tea as she labels tea packages at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
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February 01, 2013
Production assistant Alwyn Keenor works on a tea machine at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall...
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Production assistant Keenor works on a tea machine at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Production assistant Alwyn Keenor works on a tea machine at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Estate assistant Katalin Odvide packages tea at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January...
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Estate assistant Odvide packages tea at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Estate assistant Katalin Odvide packages tea at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Production assistant Yvonne Bryan holds dry Manuka in a laboratory at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro...
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Production assistant Yvonne Bryan holds dry Manuka in a laboratory at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro...
Production assistant Yvonne Bryan holds dry Manuka in a laboratory at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
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February 01, 2013
Production assistant Yvonne Bryan packs loose tea leaves into a bag in a laboratory at the Tregothnan...
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Production assistant Bryan packs loose tea leaves into a bag in a laboratory at the Tregothnan Estate...
Production assistant Yvonne Bryan packs loose tea leaves into a bag in a laboratory at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Tea bags are seen at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan...
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Tea bags are seen at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Tea bags are seen at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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February 01, 2013
Production assistant Alwyn Keenor works on a tea machine at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall,...
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Production assistant Keenor works on a tea machine at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Production assistant Alwyn Keenor works on a tea machine at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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February 01, 2013
Production assistant Alwyn Keenor drinks a cup of tea in the staff room during a break at the Tregothnan...
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Production assistant Keenor drinks a cup of tea in the staff room during a break at the Tregothnan Estate...
Production assistant Alwyn Keenor drinks a cup of tea in the staff room during a break at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Estate assistant Odvide leaves a laboratory at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Estate assistant Katalin Odvide leaves a laboratory at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Production assistant Bryan fills tea in a bag in a laboratory at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in...
Production assistant Yvonne Bryan fills tea in a bag in a laboratory at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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February 01, 2013
Production manager Brian Eyers cuts a Manuka plant at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January...
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Production manager Eyers cuts a Manuka plant at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Production manager Brian Eyers cuts a Manuka plant at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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February 01, 2013
Abby Keverne walks past a gate after picking tea leaves at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall...
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Keverne walks past a gate after picking tea leaves at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Abby Keverne walks past a gate after picking tea leaves at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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February 01, 2013
A basket filled with freshly picked tea leaves is pictured at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall,...
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A basket filled with freshly picked tea leaves is pictured at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall...
A basket filled with freshly picked tea leaves is pictured at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
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The Honourable Evelyn Boscawen (R) and his wife Katharine, owner of the Tregothnan Estate, pose for...
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The Honourable Evelyn Boscawen and his wife Katharine, owner of the Tregothnan Estate, pose for a photograph...
The Honourable Evelyn Boscawen (R) and his wife Katharine, owner of the Tregothnan Estate, pose for a photograph at their Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
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February 01, 2013
Commercial and Garden Director Jonathan Jones poses for a photograph at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro...
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Commercial and Garden Director Jones poses for a photograph at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall...
Commercial and Garden Director Jonathan Jones poses for a photograph at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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An employee prepares an online order at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013....
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An employee prepares an online order at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Buttons are seen on a jacket in an office at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Buttons are seen on a jacket in an office at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Estate assistant Katalin Odvide labels tea packages at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January...
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Estate assistant Odvide labels tea packages at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Estate assistant Katalin Odvide labels tea packages at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Marketing officer Abbey Keverne drinks a cup of tea in an office at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro...
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Marketing officer Keverne drinks a cup of tea in an office at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall...
Marketing officer Abbey Keverne drinks a cup of tea in an office at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Estate assistant Odvide labels tea packages at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Estate assistant Katalin Odvide labels tea packages at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Tea packages are seen in a shop at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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Estate assistant Katalin Odvide drinks a cup of tea in the staff room during a break at the Tregothnan...
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Estate assistant Odvide drinks a cup of tea in the staff room during a break at the Tregothnan Estate...
Estate assistant Katalin Odvide drinks a cup of tea in the staff room during a break at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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A cup of tea is seen on an office table at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
A cup of tea is seen on an office table at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Bags hang in an office at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is...
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Bags hang in an office at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Bags hang in an office at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Tea packages are displayed in a shop at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013....
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Tea packages are displayed in a shop at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwal
Tea packages are displayed in a shop at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Tea pots are seen in a shop at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 14, 2013. Tregothnan...
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Tea pots are seen in a shop at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwal
Tea pots are seen in a shop at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 14, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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Tea packages are seen in a box in a laboratory at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January...
Truro, United Kingdom
Tea packages are seen in a box in a laboratory at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
Tea packages are seen in a box in a laboratory at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall, January 15, 2013. RPATregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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Tregothnan British tea is seen at a tea house in the Hongqiao Antique and Tea Center in downtown Shanghai...
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Tregothnan British tea is seen at a tea house in the Hongqiao Antique and Tea Center in downtown Shanghai...
Tregothnan British tea is seen at a tea house in the Hongqiao Antique and Tea Center in downtown Shanghai January 25, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 25, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Customers wait as Li Ding prepares Tregothnan British tea at her tea house in the Hongqiao Antique and...
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Customers wait as Li Ding prepares Tregothnan British tea at her tea house in the Hongqiao Antique and...
Customers wait as Li Ding prepares Tregothnan British tea at her tea house in the Hongqiao Antique and Tea Center in downtown Shanghai January 25, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 25, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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Li Qiong drinks Tregothnan British tea at a tea house in the Hongqiao Antique & Tea Center, downtown...
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Li Qiong drinks Tregothnan British tea at a tea house in the Hongqiao Antique & Tea Center, downtown...
Li Qiong drinks Tregothnan British tea at a tea house in the Hongqiao Antique & Tea Center, downtown Shanghai January 25, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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A costumer drinks a cup of Tregothnan British tea at a tea house in the Hongqiao Antique & Tea Center,...
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A costumer drinks a cup of Tregothnan British tea at a tea house in the Hongqiao Antique & Tea Center,...
A costumer drinks a cup of Tregothnan British tea at a tea house in the Hongqiao Antique & Tea Center, downtown Shanghai January 25, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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Shen Jun Yi drinks Tregothnan British tea at a tea house in the Hongqiao Antique and Tea Center in downtown...
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Shen Jun Yi drinks Tregothnan British tea at a tea house in the Hongqiao Antique & Tea Center, downtown...
Shen Jun Yi drinks Tregothnan British tea at a tea house in the Hongqiao Antique and Tea Center in downtown Shanghai January 25, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 25, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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