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Tea Of The Victorian Era

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Tea in the Victorian Era Have you ever talked about tea before in your life, or ever heard about Tea? People don’t even think about having a cup of tea, people usually think about having a cup of coffee in the mornings. Today tea isn’t as important as it used to be back in the Victorian Era times. Tea was important to Victorian Era life because it was part of their everyday life. The history of tea is long and complex, spreading across multiple cultures over a thousand years. Tea was usually served with light sandwiches and broths usually in the afternoon. Tea was first discovered by a Chinese Emperor Shen Nong in 2737 BC. By the mid-18th century tea tax was rising, and that 's why tea was being smuggled. If you were caught…show more content…
Tea dates back to the third millennium BC in China. Tea came to England during the mid-1600s by King Charles the II and his wife Catherine of Braganza. It wasn’t until the mid 19th century that “Afternoon Tea” first appeared. It’s changed England because everyone is addicted to it, and it is a routine to have “Afternoon Tea”. The tea played a big part in the Victorian Era lives. The History of Tea is long and complex, spreading across multiple cultures over the span of a thousand years. How tea’s made/grown is important because you want to know how the tea you 're drinking and making is grown. Tea in the Victorian Era Came to England king Charles the II and his wife. How tea changed England/Victorian England. And today people still enjoy the beverage, and people till talk ab out it like they did back and the old days. White Tea- you also drink White Tea you would use it for respect. After a long time the White Tea was traditional.
Green Tea- Green tea was used for people to chew and eat, over time people started cooking and drinking it for their own good,they also started frying green tea.
Oolong Tea- Oolong tea was made in cakes and it became royalty to the Victorian Era, the tea was widely spread throughout the Victorian Era.
Black Tea- Black Tea came from China and was sent to England and when it reached them they made it a popular drink.
Pu-erh Tea- Pu-erh Tea would/doesn’t spoil for a long time in the heat. The tea
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