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  • 1. VICTORIAN Era 1837-1901 KARA GETTY
  • 2.  The ceremony of afternoon tea is a very old tradition. Dating back to the to the 1800’s Its roots can be found in many societies…… And was used for many purposes . As legend has it a Chinese emperor in 2737bc invented tea.
  • 3.  Some time in 800 A.D Lu Yu wrote the first book on tea. It was called Cha Ching. This is what the china and the surroundings looked like when they had tea. This is an example of tea burning.
  • 4.  Did you know that tea is made out of plants. The finest tea comes form the top of two leaves and bud from each shoot of tea bushes. Grown at the evaluation of 40,000 ft. This is one example of a tea bush, But before it grows.
  • 5. English tea. As you see tea back then is a lot more serious, And American tea. Tea now is a lot plainer people are up tight about it . and simpler. We drink tea to makeThey take it as a ceremony or a yourself’s fell better and they treat it tradition. like it was a must a thing you had to do.
  • 6. Now and then, You See tea has becomeless and less important as the years havegone on. And now we get are tea inbottles. And cans and this seems like not abig deal but back then this would be unheard of.
  • 7. Tea is still every important now they stillfollow many traditions today. Like one inJapan is called way of the tea. There aremany tapes of ways to honor orcelebrate the way of the tea. It has beenpassed down for many generations.