After the tea leaves have been plucked, the real production of tea begins. The leaves are first taken to a tea factory to be processed. These factories are usually very close to the tea gardens, so the leaves stay as fresh as possible. 

There are only 24 hours between the moment the tea leaves are plucked and the minute they’re packed up. But what happens during these 24 hours is crucial, as this is when the destiny of the leaves will be determined: will they be black, green or in-between? 

The widespread production of tea leaves from over 6,000 farms and processed into packaged tea is the reason for Nigeria’s listing among tea producing nations in the world. Tea is produced in Nigeria on the serene and idyllic Mambilla plateau, which is Nigeria’s northern continuation of the Bamenda Highlands of Cameroon.

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