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Tea tasting : A new career option after 12th

Due to less information about this sector, jobs are easily available in this field. There is low competition in this field, which you can take advantage of

Let’s talk about a unique field today, Tea Tasting. Tea, in India, has a lot of importance and consequently you’ll find hundreds of tea brands in the market. Do you know that you can make a great career in the tea market? Yes! You can make a career in Tea Tasting. 

What is Tea Tasting?

A Tea Taster tastes the tea and describes how its taste can be improved further. Apart from the company that you are working with, you’ll have to compare it’s competitors taste as well. To improve the taste of tea, lots of research, study, and testing is done. Only after that does a tea enters the market to be sold.

Job opportunities

Tea Tasting is a potential career as there is less knowledge and more money is it. A tea taster can land a job in five-star hotels or various tea manufacturing companies to ensure they are in a constant state of improvement and hence demand.

Eligibility

A graduation degree in Botany is a must for becoming a tea taster. A candidate who passed his 12th from food science, horticulture or agricultural science is also eligible.

Pay & Salary

A beginner will get something between 10-15 thousand easily. After a few years of experience, and salary hike one can easily earn between 30-40 thousand monthly.  The growth is tremendous in this field.

Where in India

The Bengaluru Indian Institute of Plantation Management conducts studies on the technology and market methods of tea business management, market information, tee testing under its certificates program. This course is done in collaboration with the Board of India and the Ministry of Commerce.

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