A cupful of fascinating tea facts from Holland & Barratt.
If you have never enjoyed an afternoon tea, or if your an enthusiastic lover of afternoon teas then I’m sure one of the course from the company English Afternoon Tea,’ will be suitable for you.
They specialise in traditional afternoon tea courses and you learn in a friendly, informal environment and the courses are designed to introduce you to the world of afternoon tea.
They offer one-to-one tuition, covering baking through to the social history of tea. Course varies from one to five days. The courses, which take place in Sandgate, Kent offer are One-Day Gluten-Free Baking Course, One-Day Cream Tea Course, One-Day Brief History of Afternoon Tea with Baking, One-Day Academic Course and a Five-Day English Afternoon Tea course with a tea party.
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In 2737 B.C.the second emperor of China, Shen Nung, discovers tea when tea leaves blow into his cup of hot water or so the story goes.
In 350A.D. a Chinese dictionary cites tea for the first time as Erh Ya.
In 400-600 demand for tea as a medicinal beverage rises in China and cultivation processes are developed. Many tea drinkers add onion, ginger, spices, or orange to their teas.
In 400 tea was called Kuang Ya in the Chinese dictionary, tea and its detailed infusion and preparation steps are defined.
In 479 Turkish traders bargain for tea on the border of Mongolia.
In 618-907 T’ang Dynasty Tea becomes a popular drink in China for both its flavor and medicinal qualities.