National Tea Day in United Kingdom
National Tea Day in United Kingdom is held on April 21. This event in the third decade of the month april is annual.
Since the 18th century, the United Kingdom has been one of the world's largest tea consumers, with an average annual per capita supply of 1.9 kilograms.
In 2003, DataMonitor reported that regular tea drinking in the United Kingdom was on the decline.
Similar holidays and events
National Day of commemoration for the murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence in United Kingdom on April 22 (since 2018);
St. George's Day on April 23 (Great Britain, Canada, Newfoundland);
Hocktide or Tutti Day in Hungerford, England on April 26 (Hungerford Hocktide Festival is the Monday and Tuesday in the week following Easter Monday (so Hock Monday is exactly a week after Easter Monday). The associated Constables Sunday parade takes place on the Sunday following Tutti Day);
Furry Dance on May 8 (Helston, UK);
World Fair Trade Day on May 8 (celebrated on the second Sunday of May)