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Five fun facts about: tea

1.   Earliest written records of tea drinking date to 10th Century BC China.

2.   Tea is the most widely consumed hot beverage in the world. 38 more words

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The Best of Queens, And Best of Herbs

Tea got its most popular start when it became fashionable at the English court following the marriage of King Charles II of England to Catherine of Braganza, daughter of King John IV of Portugal, in 1662. 337 more words

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5 Interesting Tea Facts (Part II)

We bring to you the second instalment of some of the most interesting facts (read 5 interesting tea facts part I) about the beverage… 142 more words

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Spicing Up Your Healthy Cup!

The health benefits of tea are numerous and known. Battling between myths and facts, the average tea drinker prefers taste in his tea with a few health benefits popping up. 417 more words

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5 Interesting Tea Facts (Part I)

Steaming hot or ice cold, consuming tea is a guaranteed way to indulge in relaxation. But many of us are oblivious of some of the highly interesting facts surrounding the very cup of… 296 more words

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Loose Whole Leaf Tea – The Art Of Tea

If tea is a part of your life, as box of tea bags stacked in your cupboard, this blog would convince you to dig deeper and see just why… 356 more words

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A Book Recommendation

For All The Tea In China, by Sarah Rose.

In 1848, the British East India Company, having lost its monopoly on the tea trade, engaged Robert Fortune, a Scottish gardener, botanist, and plant hunter, to make an illicit trip into the interior of China (territory forbidden to foreigners) to steal the closely guarded secrets of tea horticulture and manufacturing. 169 more words

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