The results might surprise you.
If you look at the average annual tea consumption per person using data from Euromonitor International, publishers of the some of the most comprehensive market research on tea, you can see which nationalities drink the most amount of tea per person.
While China is undoubtedly one of the largest consumers of tea given the sheer volume of people who live there, when you look at how much tea each individual within the country drinks per person, they drop to 19th on the list with around 566 grams consumed per person.
The Kiwis make the top 10 with New Zealanders enjoying 1.19kg of tea per person.
Australian’s rank 13th on the list consuming around 750 grams per person each year.
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