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7 edition of Tea in the East found in the catalog.

Tea in the East

by Carole Manchester

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Published by Hearst in New York .
Written in

  • Asia.
    • Subjects:
    • Tea -- Asia.,
    • Tea -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 141) and index.

      StatementCarole Manchester ; photographs by Walter Smalling, Jr.
      LC ClassificationsGT2907.A78 M35 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 156 p. :
      Number of Pages156
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL810957M
      ISBN 10068813243X
      LC Control Number95047841

        The book has a healthy dose of tension and cliff-hangers, and maintains a page-turning ambience all through. There are plenty of guns, greed, blackmail and assassinations yet the narrative does not get overly gory. However, sometimes too much time is spent on narration which takes the reader away from the action and engaging dialogue.   The East India didn’t install its first tea plantations in India until the s. Another surprising tidbit is that 22 percent of the tea that the patriots sent to the bottom of Boston Harbor.

      The Role of Tea in Globalization The Dutch dominated the tea trade until when the British began importing tea on a commercial scale. The British Royal family, seeking full control and profits over trade, chartered the East India Company and granted it a monopoly on all . The Tea Book helps you explore the blends, tastings, and ceremonies from around the world and create your own delicious tea traditions. Where does tea come from? In The Tea Book learn where in the world tea is cultivated and how to drink each variety at its best, with steeping notes and step-by-step recipes. The Tea Book is your world tour of the art of tea/5(32).

      The Dutch East India Company carried the first consignment of China tea to Europe in In the English East India Company brought China tea from ports in Java to the London market. Later, teas grown on British estates in India and Ceylon reached Mincing Lane, the centre of the tea trade in London. Around the 9th century, references in Arab trade documents refer to the process of boiling bitter tea leaves. Later, Marco Polo () alludes to his discovery of tea in his travel writings about the East. An English Family at Tea, Joseph van Aken, However, tea didn't make a lasting appearance in the West until the 17th century.

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There is no more refined ritual than that of tea drinking in Asia. In Tea in the East, Carole Manchester, author of French Tea, invites you on a journey to the earliest tea-producing countries -- China, Japan, India, Sri Lanka -- to savor the pleasures of the ancient brew.

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