4 edition of British teapots & tea drinking, 1700-1850 found in the catalog.
British teapots & tea drinking, 1700-1850
Includes bibliographical references (p. 315-324) and index.
|Other titles||British teapots and tea drinking, 1700-1850.|
|Statement||Robin Emmerson ; illustrated from the Twining Teapot Gallery, Norwich Castle Museum.|
|Contributions||Norwich Castle Museum.|
|LC Classifications||NK4695.T43 E48 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 330 p. :|
|Number of Pages||330|
|ISBN 10||0117012246, 0117015091|
|LC Control Number||92107592|
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The growing market for teaware stimulated the beginning of porcelain manufacture in Britain and the /5(3). The ubiquitous cup of tea is as much a part of British life as indifferent weather, the BBC or the queue at the post office. Look at the facts: we Britons drink 62 billion cups per year; 70 per cent of the population (over age ten) drank tea yesterday; over 25 per cent of milk consumed in the UK goes into your cup of tea.
Tea, since its arrival here in the seventeenth century, has shaped our. Tea experts agree with this tradition but also state, pouring milk into hot tea after pouring alters the flavor of the tea.
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Since the eighteenth century, the United Kingdom has been one of the world's largest tea consumers, with an average annual per capita tea supply of kg ( lbs). The British Empire was instrumental in spreading tea from China to India; British interests controlled tea production in the subcontinent.
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The history of tea is long and complex, spreading across multiple cultures over the span of thousands of likely originated in the region encompassing northeast India, north Burma, Yunnan and Tibet, as a medicinal drink. An early credible record of tea drinking dates to the 3rd century AD, in a medical text written by Hua Tuo.
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Here's why I'm so into it, and why I think you should be too. The Queen's royal butler has revealed she always pours tea before milk. Grant spoke about British etiquette in BBC Three comedy show Miss Holland, which aired in .But not everyone agreed that tea was an appropriate drink for the working classes.
Indeed, from the early eighteenth century well into the nineteenth century a debate raged among middle and upper-class commentators about the benefits or otherwise of tea drinking - and particularly about whether the lower classes should be allowed to drink tea at all.