tea family

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Noun1.tea family - a family of trees and shrubs of the order Parietales
dilleniid dicot family - family of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
Hypericales, order Hypericales, order Parietales, Parietales - a large order of dicotyledonous plants of subclass Dilleniidae
genus Camellia - tropical Asiatic evergreen shrubs or small trees
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Run by the Dilmah tea family, it comprises four luxurious colonial era tea planters' bungalows, restored to impeccable taste and connected by walking trails through the Fernando's own tea plantations.
George adopted the specialty tea industry in its infancy and bound us together as a tea family to love and nurture it.
The exported teas belong mostly to the Wulong (or oolong) tea family, many of them high grown in Taiwan's central mountain range.
The Franklinia alatamaha - known as the Franklin tree - has large fragrant, cup-shaped, snow-white blooms and is part of the tea family.
Indeed, tea drinks seemed to be everywhere, including the already established Twisted Tea family, from Boston Beer.
Stephen Twining, a tenth generation member of the famous tea family and world renowned tea expert, concludes: "Twinings prides itself on leading the way in tea - after all, we were one of the first companies to offer tea to the Brits 300 years ago in 1706 - and we've focused on offering more and more delicious tea options ever since.
It was unveiled on site by Stephen Twining, the 10th generation of the famous tea family.
Our Twisted Tea family showed double digit depletions growth and we expect to invest more effort towards this product in 2006.
Opened in 1930 by Lloyd George, the original house was said to be owned by Lord Aberconwy's great grandfather Davis Pochin,and was part of the estate of Sir Thomas Lipton of the famous tea family.
I have two other boards full of keyrings - the most important being the Tetley Tea family.
BUSINESS WIRE)--June 24, 1996--Philips Semiconductors, a world leader in quality speech/transmission ICs, recently announced two new integrated circuits in its TEA family of products that make it easier for telephone designers to meet the stringent electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements recently announced by the ITU.