When thinking about tea culture, it is easy to limit yourself to envisioning rolling green hills in China, Japan and India. Not only are there many more countries that produce and consume tea, but they all enjoy it very differently! Here's a peek at a few countries' tea cultures that you may not be familiar with.
Andrew travels to Uganda, known as the pearl of Africa, where the people are friendly and the food is simple. He hunts for a fish that lives on land, harvests flying ants, and sinks his teeth into the meat of a sugar cane rat.
Andrew visits the beautiful East African country of Tanzania where he samples the traditional Tanzanian breakfast called supu. It's a soup made with the lungs, heart and liver of a goat, as well as the stomach, intestines and tongue of a cow.