In 2004 Turkey produced 205,500 tonnes of tea (6.4% of the world's total tea production), which made it one of the largest tea markets in the world, with 120,000 tons being consumed in Turkey, and the rest being exported. Furthermore, in 2004, Turkey had the highest per capita tea consumption in the world, at 2.5 kg per person followed by the United kingdoms (2.1 kg per person).  In Turkey, herbal teas are generally used as herbal medication. They are mostly popular with foreign tourists with apple (elma çayı), rose hip (kuşburnu çayı), and linden flower (ıhlamur çayı) being the most consumed flavors. sage tea (ada çayı, literally 'island tea') is most popular in the Mediterranean coastal region

 

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