Turkey
Discovery of Tea
China: Jasmine Green Tea
Types of Teas: Depending on the process of oxidization
White Tea Green Tea Oolong Tea Black Tea Pu’erh Tea
Japanese Tea Ceremony
Japan: Sencha Green Tea
Ancient Tea Horse Road
Ancient Tea Horse Road
Vodka or Tea?
Russia: Russian Caravan Tea
Is Tea native to India?
England: Afternoon Tea
 Jane Austen lived before inventor of the
Afternoon Tea Party
 Jane Austen lived before inventor of the
Afternoon Tea Party
Jane Austen’s favorite tea
Jane Austen’s Tea Treats
Quotes from Jane Austen Novels
""Perhaps you would like some tea, as soon as it can be got."
They both declared they shoul...
Several tea drinking
practices considered
new-age are in fact
the original ways of
taking tea.
Health benefits of
Tea bein...
Coffee has conversations.
Tea has tales.
Thank
You!
Photo Credits:
Google Images, Wikipedia
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Presentation to commemorate the 200th anniversary celebration of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice for the Department of English at V. G. Vaze college of Arts, Science & Commerce, at a State Level Seminar, on 3rd August 2013. Presentation conducted by Snigdha Manchanda, Founder & Tea Sommelier, Tea Trunk.

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  • The Cup that Cheers: Journey of Tea from China to Europe.

    1. 1. Turkey
    2. 2. Discovery of Tea
    3. 3. China: Jasmine Green Tea
    4. 4. Types of Teas: Depending on the process of oxidization White Tea Green Tea Oolong Tea Black Tea Pu’erh Tea
    5. 5. Japanese Tea Ceremony
    6. 6. Japan: Sencha Green Tea
    7. 7. Ancient Tea Horse Road
    8. 8. Ancient Tea Horse Road
    9. 9. Vodka or Tea?
    10. 10. Russia: Russian Caravan Tea
    11. 11. Is Tea native to India?
    12. 12. England: Afternoon Tea
    13. 13.  Jane Austen lived before inventor of the Afternoon Tea Party  Jane Austen lived before inventor of the Afternoon Tea Party
    14. 14. Jane Austen’s favorite tea
    15. 15. Jane Austen’s Tea Treats
    16. 16. Quotes from Jane Austen Novels ""Perhaps you would like some tea, as soon as it can be got." They both declared they should prefer it to anything." – Mrs. Price to Fanny and William in Mansfield Park, chapter 38. Before tea it was rather a dull affair; but then the before tea did not last long, for there was only one dance, danced by four couple. Think of four couple, surrounded by about an hundred people, dancing in the Upper Rooms at Bath. – Jane Austen, May 12, 1801 "You must drink tea with us tonight." --"Sense & Sensibility" “Would you care for weak or strong tea?”
    17. 17. Several tea drinking practices considered new-age are in fact the original ways of taking tea. Health benefits of Tea being rediscovered Tea: East and WestTea: East and West
    18. 18. Coffee has conversations. Tea has tales.
    19. 19. Thank You! Photo Credits: Google Images, Wikipedia
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