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Competition in the Tea Market (detail), by Liu Songnian, around 1190 A.D., Southern Sung Dynasty, China.      The picture depicts tea vendors in a competition for the highest quality tea. Demand for quality and tea preparation techniques were so prevalent in daily life that tea competition was popular not only in the tea trade, but also amongst the folks, the literati, the privileged and the imperial court. This had profound influence on the evolution of tea quality and tea consumption…

Competition in the Tea Market (detail), by Liu Songnian, around 1190 A.D., Southern Sung Dynasty, China. The picture depicts tea vendors in a competition for the highest quality tea. Demand for quality and tea preparation techniques were so prevalent in daily life that tea competition was popular not only in the tea trade, but also amongst the folks, the literati, the privileged and the imperial court. This had profound influence on the evolution of tea quality and tea consumption…

Tea: A History of the Drink That Changed the World by John C. Griffiths -  -  A fascinating account of the world's favorite beverage from the son of Sir Percival Griffiths, author of the monumental and definitive tome The History of the Indian Tea Industry,

Tea: A History of the Drink That Changed the World

Tea: A History of the Drink That Changed the World by John C. Griffiths - - A fascinating account of the world's favorite beverage from the son of Sir Percival Griffiths, author of the monumental and definitive tome The History of the Indian Tea Industry,

National Geographic, august 1960 : Pekin, a pictorial record by Brian Brake from Magnum.

National Geographic, août 1960 : Pékin, photo Brian Brake, agence Magnum, intérieur de café chinois

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GEEK ASiA | 60 vieilles photos restaurées absolument stupéfiantes de lancienne Chine

60 vieilles photos restaurées absolument stupéfiantes de l'ancienne Chine

India, British Empire colony products map  The British Empire and tea were inextricably linked. The triangular trade between India, China and Great Britain which brought tea to London and the planting of vast estates in India and Sri Lanka from about 1860 onwards, meant that tea dominated the agriculture and trade of Empire. This film ‘The gardens of Asia’ made in 1936 gives a unique historical perspective of the relationship between tea and Empire

India, British Empire colony products map The British Empire and tea were inextricably linked. The triangular trade between India, China and Great Britain which brought tea to London and the planting of vast estates in India and Sri Lanka from about 1860 onwards, meant that tea dominated the agriculture and trade of Empire. This film ‘The gardens of Asia’ made in 1936 gives a unique historical perspective of the relationship between tea and Empire

Amazon.fr - For All the Tea in China: How England Stole the World's Favorite Drink and Changed History - Sarah Rose - Livres

Amazon.fr - For All the Tea in China: How England Stole the World's Favorite Drink and Changed History - Sarah Rose - Livres

10. Testing out teas is something Ben wants to try too, so he buys both tea bags and loose leaf tea from The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf to try out their blends - here too, he learns that the brand sources from all the world to create exclusive blends for sale

10. Testing out teas is something Ben wants to try too, so he buys both tea bags and loose leaf tea from The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf to try out their blends - here too, he learns that the brand sources from all the world to create exclusive blends for sale

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