Tea as today remained almost unchanged from the moment when it was discovered by legendary Chinese emperor Shen-nung 2737th year before Christ. Shen nung was a skilled ruler, creative scientist and patron of art. Circumspect and farsighted, he was preventive health care and he requires that all drinks water before being boiled. One summer day started is to visit one of its provinces Halfway stopped the service and ordered her to him, boil water for drinking. At that time, the wind reach dry leaves from a nearby bush fell into boiling water and it colored brown color. As a scientist, Shen nung could not resist, and not to draft new liquid magic fragrance. Curious emperor was keen tea, a new drink immediately started winning in the world.

Tea from China to Japan was through buddhistic Yeiseija priest who is in Japan known as the “father of tea”. In Europe he came across Portugal, 1560. Year, and since then became very popular, and 1860.it was first mentioned adding milk to tea. English “tea at five,” which is more myth than reality, appeared when Anna, duchess of Bedford, idea to organize a Tea parties that would serve sandwiches and sweets. Russians also have a long tradition of drinking tea. 1618. Year in the Chinese embassy in Moscow, the Emperor Aleksey served this beverage. In the beginning was expensive, because it special caravans brought from China, but by the end of the eighteenth century every Russian house had a samovar, a large type teacup from whom the whole day drinking tea. Russians have always drinking strong tea, sweetened sugar, honey or jams, and after vodka, tea is the second Russian national drink.

Businesses are the Americans, during the first American world’s fair, quite accidentally discovered and patented cold tea. In fact, one entrepreneur’s visitors planned to serve tea, but because of the great heat, nobody was interested in his offer, so the idea of cooked tea injecting a large quantity of ice, and it was created the “Ice Tea” and became a big hit of the fair, and beyond. Several years later, the American Thomas Sullivan is developing the concept of “tea in bags. As a tea dealer, in Gaza is gently put each promotional copy of tea, which is provided in restaurants to the test. It was great marketing opportunity when it is realized that the owners of the restaurants serve tea shop unpacking from the packaging that they were delivered, to avoid a mess wet tea leaves in the kitchen.


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