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Tea is an important part of the culture and economy of Laos, particularly in the northern part of the country where tea production is concentrated.
Tea production in Laos is largely small-scale and artisanal, with most tea farms being family-run operations. Tea is grown in the highlands of northern Laos, where the cool temperatures and fertile soil provide ideal growing conditions. Many tea farms also use traditional methods of cultivation and processing, including hand-picking and sun-drying the leaves.
Tea is a popular beverage in Laos and is consumed throughout the day, often in small glasses rather than large cups. In addition to drinking tea on its own, it is also commonly served with meals or as part of traditional tea ceremonies.