The teas from around the world taste differently because of the variations in a lot of factors. Some of these are differences in weather, altitude, quantum of daylight and planting material. Also, within the estate there could be variations in the quality through-out the year because of the changes in factors like temperature, rainfall and difference in the chemical constituent of tea in each season. Primarily, the early first flush and the peak second flush in most parts of the world are the most prized teas (flushes refer to the different times that tea is plucked from the same batch of tea plants during given year).
The true tea connoisseurs enjoy these differences in the same way that wine connoisseurs enjoy the differences in the flavour of wines from different vineyards and wine producing regions. This kind of specialty tea is marketed with the name of the particular tea garden and even sometimes by the season.The different types of tea produced allows tea lovers to appreciate the different flavours associated with different teas across different flushes.