When is India tea time?
According to the latest statistics, tea time is a little bit late.
According to data from the Indian Tea Board (ITB), tea time was only declared on March 4, 2017, making tea time late on the schedule.
This is not surprising as it was only announced on March 2.
The ITB data shows that only 9.1% of Indian tea drinkers had finished their tea by March 1, 2017.
That’s a big drop from the 18.7% in the previous year.
This makes sense since the last time tea time got declared was in January of last year.
The decline in tea drinkers from the previous five years has been particularly significant for the last three years, according to data.
The ITB has also noted that tea drinkers are not drinking as much as they used to.
In the last five years, the number of tea drinkers in India has been declining, according the data.
India’s tea consumption has fallen by nearly 50% since 2004, according data from ITC Research.
Tea drinkers who have finished their cups by March 4 will be the first to celebrate tea time since this was declared.
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