Japanese women closely watch an instructor pour tea into a cup during a course on the art of making British tea at Brooke Bond House in Tokyo August 23, 2003. Credit: REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao REUTERS


Jonathan Jones, Head Gardener of the Tregothnan Estate, handles some tea leaves from the tea plant Camellia Sinensis during a launch event at Kew Gardens in south west London October 4, 2005. Credit: REUTERS/Toby Melville


Workers collect chrysanthemums on a mountain area in Xiuning county, Anhui province, November 21, 2008. Credit: REUTERS/Jianan Yu


Visitors walk through a green tea field in Boseong, about 397 km (246 miles) south of Seoul, September 23, 2007, which is a famous place in Korea for its extensive and beautiful green tea fields, and the nation's largest tea outputs. Credit: REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho


Workers sweep drying Rooibos tea leaves in the remote mountains of the Cedarberg region, about 300km (186 miles) north of Cape Town, March 30, 2006. Credit: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings


Waiters dressed in traditional Qing dynasty costumes demonstrate pouring tea into a cup at Taiji Tea House in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province in this January 23, 2008 file photo. Credit: REUTERS/Steven Shi/Files


A Japanese girl clad in traditional yukata, a summer kimono, takes part in a tea ceremony at a tea house in the inner precinct of Meiji Shrine in Tokyo July 25, 2004. Credit: REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao


Tim Clifton, a tea broker and taster, samples different English grown and manufactured tea during a launch event at Kew Gardens in south west London October 4, 2005. Credit: REUTERS/Toby Melville


Reese Witherspoon, U.S. actress and Avon global ambassador, is instructed at a traditional Japanese tea ceremony in Tokyo June 11, 2008 as part of events to launch the women's empowerment bracelet which will contribute to the UNIFEM-managed trust fund to end violence against women. Credit: REUTERS/Michael Caronna


A Sahrawi refugee pours tea inside her tent at a camp in Tindouf, south of Algiers, December 19, 2009. Credit: REUTERS/Louafi Larbi


Dean of Westminster John Hall poses with a cup of tea on the roof of Britain's Westminster Abbey in London May 20, 2009. Hall took tea on the roof of Westminster Abbey to celebrate the tradition of enjoying tea in the capital. The activity is part of the ongoing campaign to highlight the unique experiences London has to offer. Credit: REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth