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Campbell's Tea, Coffee and Spice Manual, A Comprehensive Trade Manual on Teas, Coffees and Spices

By: Campbell, Lute E

...NRLF $B EbO 577 Published by Lute E. Campbell GIFT OF Campbell's Tea, Coffee and Spice Manual A Comprehensive Trade Manual on Teas, Coffees ... ...n the course of time he graduated from a whole- sale grocery salesman to a Tea and Coffee spe- cialty salesman, thence to a Tea and Coffee spe- cialis... ...lly to a buyer and blender of both Teas and Coffees for Wholesale Grocers, Tea and Coffee Houses and Wholesale Roasters, and is at this time acting in... ...ersonal acquaintance with the Tea and Coffee shrubs and their cultivation, culture, growth, harvesting, etc., 'both in the 'Gardens and upon the plant... ...e world, the Soil and climatic conditions being admirably suited to Coffee culture. In spite of very inferior preparation and scanty attention, the be... ...of Tea-leaves in water, is hidden in the obscurity of ancient history. One Chinese tradition gives the credit to some Buddhist priests, who, unable to... ...ensive cultivation of the plant. Another 'Legend of the Origin of Tea. The Chinese have a legend purporting to account for the origin of Tea in China.... ...n to the 'Russian legation at Pekin. The doctor probed deeply into ancient Chinese literature, and discovered a reference to Tea in a Chinese compilat... ...ill strongly marked by the characteris- tic Tabasco flavor. TABASCO PEPPER CULTURE How the Tabasco Variety Is Grown and Prepared for the Market This d...

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Chinese tea culture

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... Traditional Chinese 中國茶文化 ... ... Simplified Chinese 中国茶文化 ... ... A tea house in Shanghai, China. ... ...a. A tea house in Nanjing Presidential Palace Garden ... ...in Nanjing Presidential Palace Garden Chinese tea culture refers to the methods of preparation of tea, the equipm... ...ng Presidential Palace Garden Chinese tea culture refers to the methods of preparation of tea, the equipment used... ...residential Palace Garden Chinese tea culture refers to the methods of preparation of tea, the equipment used to ... ...藝 ("Art of Tea") and "Tea Ceremony" have been used, but the term 茶文化 ("Tea Culture") includes more than just the ceremony. Also "culture" is easier to... ...late into English than the Chinese term 藝 ("art"). Tea culture in China differs from that of Europe, Britain or Japan in such thin...

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Tea, From Grower to Consumer

By: Ibbetson, A.

...urfljvjsnnjKBwsjniitKt;'' !!3trE':in;>-->-,;ii)rtMWiJi>jtrati!JHtes TEA COMMON COMMODITIES AND INDUSTRIES SERIES Each book in crown 8vo, cloth... ...E, B.Sc., H ms. ALUMINIUM. By Captain G. MORTIMER OTHERS IN PREPARATION TEA PLANT Reproduced by permission of Messrs. Cooper, Cooper * Co. L X AND... ...produced by permission of Messrs. Cooper, Cooper * Co. L X AND INDUSTRIES TEA FROM GROWER TO CONSUMER BY A. IBBETSON LONDON SIR ISAAC PITMAN & SONS, ... ...ANALYSIS . . . . .17 IV. VARIOUS METHODS OF CULTIVATION AND MANUFACTURE 22 CHINESE METHODS . . . .22 TEA IN JAPAN 30 TEA IN CEYLON . . . .34 V. TEA IN... ...e tea plant ; but, unfortunately, there is evidence for supposing that the Chinese never heard of this legend except from foreign sources, although th... ...nt in the writings of a Celestial author who lived about 2,700 B.C., and a Chinese commentator of this ancient author, writing in the fourth century B... ...' It may, perhaps (speaking of the tea plant), succeed in Assam, where its culture is now being attempted, but we are not sanguine in our expectation ... ...cloth 21- AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS. By JULES VERNE . . . . 2f- SELF-CULTURE. By J. S. BLACKIE. . . . .I/-; Cloth, 1/6 ; Key 2/6 SELECTIONS FROM...

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Chinese tea

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... China famous tea ... ... China tea factories ... ... Chinese tea by province ... ... Chinese tea by province ... ... Chinese tea classic texts ... ... Pages in category "Chinese tea" The following 67 pages are in this category, out of 67 total... ... L cont. Lu-Yu Tea Culture Institute Lu Yu M ... ... L cont. Lu-Yu Tea Culture Institute Lu Yu M ...

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Tea Hints for Retailers

By: Blake, John Henry, B. 1857

... ff, BJUUC& University of California Berkeley JOSEPH M. BRANSTEN COFFEE & TEA COLLECTION Acquired in memory of JOSEPH M. BRANSTEN SUPPLEME... ...STEN SUPPLEMENTING BLAKtS INTS FM PUAILtPS 1903 MAP SHOWING THE TEA DISTRICTS OF CHINA. TEA HINTS FOR RETAILERS IN TWO PARTS By JOHN H. BL... ...Y JOHN H. BLAKE ALL RIGHTS RESERVED CONTENTS. PART I. PAGE CHAPTER I. The Tea Gardens of the World, - - 9 CHAPTER II. Tea From Seed To Leaf, 68 CHAPT... ...e their opinion upon the fact that the several varieties or species of the Chinese tea-plant are distinctive, 10 TEA HINTS FOR RETAILERS. and unlike ... ...ely, to be found in the pri- meval forests, as yet unexplored, of the Indo-Chinese border- land, and that seeds were originally conveyed from these In... ...le of China, so that, if the plant itself cannot be traced to an origin on Chinese soil, the discovery of the usefulness of its leaves, by the Chinese... ...icts are far in advance of the out- lying districts. The old centre of tea-culture in Japan is said to be situated at the southern end of Biwa Lake, a... ... Governor General of India, Lord Wm. Bentinck, urged the importance of tea-culture, and a com- mittee was appointed to investigate, and to form plans ... ...apitalists and speculators was attracted by the great possibilities of tea-culture in India, and, in 1839, the Assam Tea Company was formed under the ...

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Tea culture

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...Tea culture is defined by the way tea is made and consumed, by the way the people interact with tea, and by t... ...by the way the people interact with tea, and by the aesthetics surrounding tea drinking, it includes aspects of: tea production, tea brewing, tea arts... ..., history, health, ethics, education, and communication and media issues. Tea is commonly consumed at social events, and many cultures have created i... ...ion and media issues. Tea is commonly consumed at social events, and many cultures have created intricate formal ceremonies for these events. Western... ...are afternoon tea and the tea party. Tea ceremonies, with its roots in the Chinese tea culture, differ among eastern countries, such as the Japanese o... ...n tea and the tea party. Tea ceremonies, with its roots in the Chinese tea culture, differ among eastern countries, such as the Japanese or Korean tea... ...ikewise varies widely. East Asia China Due to the importance of tea in Chinese society and culture, tea houses can be found in most Chinese neighb... ...y. East Asia China Due to the importance of tea in Chinese society and culture, tea houses can be found in most Chinese neighbourhoods and busines... ...houses can be found in most Chinese neighbourhoods and business districts. Chinese-style tea houses offer dozens of varieties of hot and cold tea conc...

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The Cultivation and Manufacture of Tea

By: Money, Edward

...ARD MONEY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF TEA, THIRD EDITION Title: THE CULTIVATION & MANUFACTURE OF TEA, THIR... ...WorldLibrary.net The following Works on the Cultivation and Manufacture of Tea, Coffee, and Sugar, can be had of W. B. WHITTINGHAM & CO. 91 GRACECHU... ...ks are out ofprint, and only to be had at an advance on the published price. TEA. FORTUNE'S (ROBERT) Two Visits to the Tea Countries of China, &c. 2 v... ... 1866. CROOKE'S (W.) Manufacture of Sugar from Beetroot. 1870. OLCOTT'S (H.) Chinese and African Sugar Canes. 1857. KERR'S (T.) Cultivation of the Sug... ...nufactures, and Mines. 4 vols. 1878. HEWETT'S (CHARLES) Cocoa its Growth and Culture. 1878. GEOGHEGAN'S (J.) Some Account of the Cultivation of Silk i... ... 1 Note to third edition. Since the above was written, teas, both Indian and Chinese, have had a heavy fall, due to the simple fact that the supplies ... ...s, but it is not necessary to plant it on slopes in consequence. Pictures of Chinese, suspended by chains, (inasmuch as the locality could notbe other... ... PUBLICATIONS. PRODUCE OF IISHDIA. Tea. 1n Assam . A Pamphlet on the Origin, Culture, and Manufacture of Tea in Assam, with an Appendix Rural Life amo...

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Taiwanese tea culture

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...ntation in Pinglin District Taiwanese tea culture includes tea arts, traditional tea ceremonies, and the social a... ...ion in Pinglin District Taiwanese tea culture includes tea arts, traditional tea ceremonies, and the social aspec... ...e includes tea arts, traditional tea ceremonies, and the social aspects of tea consumption. While the most common teas consumed in Taiwan are oolongs,... ...green teas are also popular. Many of the classical arts can be seen in the tea culture, such as calligraphy, flower arts, and incense arts. Most peopl... ...n teas are also popular. Many of the classical arts can be seen in the tea culture, such as calligraphy, flower arts, and incense arts. Most people in... ...n drink tea, and tea serves not only as a drink, but also as a part of the culture. The tea culture of Taiwan can be traced back to its roots in Chine... ... the culture. The tea culture of Taiwan can be traced back to its roots in Chinese tea culture. Many people visit one of the numerous traditional tea ... ... History The island's tea arts are Chinese that have been influenced by western culture. Gongfu tea ceremony i... ... Gongfu tea ceremony Chinese tea culture Hong Kong tea culture ...

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A Cup of Tea, Containing a History of the Tea Plant from Its Discovery to the Present Time, Including Its Botanical Characteristics and Embracing Mr. William Saunders' Pamphlet on Tea-Culture-A Probable American Industry

By: Walsh, Joseph M; Saunders, William, 1822-1900

..."A CUP OF TEA", CONTAINING A HISTORY OF THE TEA PLANT by JOSEPH M. WALSH Classic Lite... ...ic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: "A CUP OF TEA", CONTAINING A HISTORY OF THE TEA PLANT Author: JOSEPH M. WALSH Languag... ...NDING, STATISTICS, ETC., and embracing Mk. William Saunders' Pamphlet on ' TEA-CULTURE—A. PROBABLE AMERICAN INDUSTRY." JOSEPH M. WALSH. " Tli9 Oap tha... ...G, STATISTICS, ETC., and embracing Mk. William Saunders' Pamphlet on ' TEA-CULTURE—A. PROBABLE AMERICAN INDUSTRY." JOSEPH M. WALSH. " Tli9 Oap that Cl... ...Blending and Preparing for USE, . ..... 139 IX. — Statistics, 164 X. — Tea-Culture, A Probable Ameri- can Industry 177 Chapter I. EARLY HISTORY. The ... ...very agreea- ble and exhilerating beverage, must have been familiar to the Chinese from a very early period, and that even as an article of traffic wi... ...n found in a wild state in Upper Assam and on the slopes of the Himalayas. Chinese authorities agree in the assertion that the tea plant is indigenous... ...se, to whom the tea plant is as valuable as 14 A Cup of Tea. it is to the Chinese, affirm that both countries obtained it simultaneously about A. D. ... ...d. The discovery of the tea-plant in Assam led to the supposition that its culture and manufacture could be made a profitable industry in that country...

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Indian tea culture

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... [1] India is the second largest producer of tea in the world after China, including the famous Assam tea and Darjeeling... ...ea in the world after China, including the famous Assam tea and Darjeeling tea. According to the Planning Commission Deputy Chairman, Montek Singh Ahl... ... Chairman, Montek Singh Ahluwalia, there are plans to officially recognise tea[2] as the “National Drink” in 2013.[3] Tea is also the 'State Drink' of... ... 6 Consumption of tea in India 7 Indian tea culture gallery 8 See also ... ...tory of tea are not precise. Many of the origin myths for tea are found in Chinese mythology, and the first verifiable records for tea consumption als... ...er. It was only later that the indigenous plants were used.[11] Today, the Chinese strain produces Darjeeling tea and the indigenous Assamese variety ... ...a) are some of the more popular variations. Indian tea culture gallery ... ... References ^ "Indian Tea culture". Govt. of India. Retrieved 6 October 2014.  ... ...tralian Chinese ...

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Tea; Its Effects, Medicinal and Moral

By: Sigmond, G. G. (George Gabriel), B. 1794

...Y OF CALIFORNIA PRESENTED BY PROF.CHARLES A.KOFOIDAND MRS.PRUDENCE W.KOFOID TEA; ITS EFFECTS, MEDICINAL AND MORAL. London : Printed by A. Spottisw... ...EDICINAL AND MORAL. London : Printed by A. Spottiswoode, New-Strcet-Sqiiarc. TEA; ITS EFFECTS, MEDICINAL AND MORAL. BY G. G. SIGMOND, M.D. F.S.A. F.... ...ask, this year, devolved upon me. The recent discovery in British India of the Tea Plant, which reflects so much credit upon botanic science, appeared... ...centuries the character, the manners, the customs, and the institutions of the Chinese, from whom alone could be gathered any information upon the sub... ...he few, have applauded this dread of novelty, and pointed to thestabilityofthe Chineseempire,amongst the wreck of nations, as a proof of the necessity... ...re compelled to make great sacrifices to the prejudices and to the laws of the Chinese, in order that they might maintain an equivocal intercourse whi... ...differ- ence of green and Bohea tea depending upon the nature of the soil, the culture and manner of drying the leaves. It has even been observed that... ...have had opportunities of witnessing on the spot the modifications produced by culture and soil, we must consider, adhuc sub judice lis. The plant is ... ... that year, in which he pointed out the aptitude ofthe Himalayan range for tea culture ; he explained that, although there was no part of the F 2 68 ...

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American tea culture

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...al A tea party held in the U.S. Capitol in honor of America's Centennial, 1875, ... ...n this engraving, Carl Schurz the senator from Missouri is standing at the tea table on the left American tea cul... ...he tea table on the left American tea culture encompasses the methods of preparation and means of consumption of ... ...culture encompasses the methods of preparation and means of consumption of tea within the context of the culture of the United States. ... ...s of preparation and means of consumption of tea within the context of the culture of the United States. American restaurants and ... ... teas for sale The American Tea culture [3] is a part of the history of the United States, as this beverage... ...tralian Chinese ... ... Chinese ... ... Chinese ...

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Tea : Fieldiana, Popular Series, Botany, No. 21

By: Williams, Llewelyn, 1901

...LIBRARY AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN NAR1 MAY eM FEB 1 2 1975 EB 1 1 1975 Idec 4 m TEA BY LLEWELYN WILLIAMS Curator of Economic Botany The Botanical Leafle... ...s 50 No. 19. Old-Fashioned Garden Flowers 25 No. 20. House Plants 35 No. 21. Tea 25 CLIFFORD C. GREGG, Dikectok FIELD MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY CHICAG... ...liZ LIBRARY OF THt UNIVERSITY OF ilUNOiS FLOWERING AND FRUITING BRANCH OF A TEA-BUSH From an exhibit in Field Museum THE LI3RARY OF THE SEP 11 1937 ... ...ated to make a palatable beverage. The legendary origin of tea, according to Chinese sources, dates back to approxi- mately 2700 B.C. The earliest cre... ...pproxi- mately 2700 B.C. The earliest credible reference is con- tained in a Chinese dictionary of about A.D. 350. By the fifth century tea had become... ...ea had become an article of trade in China and late in the sixth century the Chinese generally began to regard the beverage as something more than a m... ...f travelers from other shores, and China became the fountain-head whence tea culture spread to other countries. The first of these was Japan. Knowledg...

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Pakistani tea culture

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...s popular all over the country and holds an integral significance in local culture. It is one of the most consumed beverages in Pakistani cuisine. The... ...ne of the most consumed beverages in Pakistani cuisine. The local name for tea, in Urdu, is chai (written as چائے). While Pakistan does not produce te... ...chai (written as چائے). While Pakistan does not produce tea, it is a major tea-consuming country, being ranked as the third largest importer of tea in... ...est importer of tea in the world.[1] In 2003, as much as 109,000 tonnes of tea were consumed in Pakistan, placing it as the seventh largest tea-consum... ... 2 Varieties 3 In popular culture 4 References ... ...h era in South Asia. Cities such as Lahore had one of the most vibrant tea cultures, as the drink quickly absorbed into local culture. The shield on t... ...tralian Chinese ... ... Chinese ... ... Chinese ...

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Essays on the Cultivation of the Tea Plant

By: Smith, Junius, 1780-1853

...ITH Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE TEA PLANT Title: ESSAYS OF THE CULTIVATION OF THE TEA PLANT Author: JU... ...... ...n States. Gentlemen : — Sanguine in the belief that the cultivation of the Tea Plant in the United States will open a brilliant career to practical hu... ...tal notions, to the free choice and adop- tion of such improvements in the culture and preparation of Tea as his own unrestrained, unbiased, and culti... ...—Resemblance to the Grape Vine—Torrid Zone suppo- sed indispensable to the culture of the Tea Plant—Hon. Hefiry Clay's mistake—Climate, Latitude, Temp... ...e, Latitude, Temperature, Soil, Location and Produc- tions of the eighteen Chinese Tea Growing Provinces considered — Districts more partic'i^'rly app... ..., and yet it is the same plant. Hence the almost numberless names given to Chinese Teas to designate their particular growth and quality. The best win... ...hich supplies the * Fountain. Gordon's Journey to the Tea Hills at Toa-be. Chinese Re- pository, Vol. 4, 1835,-6. 10 wants of his family, and the sur... ...ment succeeded at all. 41 ESSAY V. Adaptation of the United States to the culture of the Tea Plant—Position of those parts of the United States lying...

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Argentine tea culture

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...A cup of freshly made mate. Argentine tea culture is influenced by local and imported varieties and customs. The ... ...p of freshly made mate. Argentine tea culture is influenced by local and imported varieties and customs. The coun... ...cal and imported varieties and customs. The country is a major producer of tea (Camellia sinensis), but is most well known for the cultivation and con... ... 1 History 2 Tea production 3 Yerba mate ... ...metal straw called a bombilla. This serving style originated with a native culture, the Guarani. The Guarani called the yerba maté plant Caa'.[7] Indi... ...red with the straw; doing so is considered poor etiquette in Argentine tea culture.[6] It is also considered poor manners to wipe the bombilla when sh... ...lobal retail trends. Argentine consumers can purchase Moroccan mint tea or Chinese green tea as well as more traditional varieties. In a concession to... ...tralian Chinese ... ... Chinese ...

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Report of the Royal Commission on Chinese and Japanese Immigration : Session 1902

By: Canada. Royal Commission on Chinese and Japanese Immigration

...REPORT OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION SESSION OF CHINESE AND JAPANESE IMMIGRATION, 1902 Cl... ...Public Library.org Title: REPORT OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION, SESSION OF CHINESE AND JAPANESE IMMIGRATION, 1902 Author: Language: English Subject:... ... 2 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 54 i A. IQO? REPORT ROYAL COMMISSION ON CHINESE AND JAPANESE IMMIGRATION SESSION' 1902 PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAME... ...nes. They peddle a good deal ; they go around from house to house and sell tea and other articles. I think the restriction of Chinese would have a ten... ...arke, grocer, of Victoria, says : The Chinese peddle fruit, vegetables and tea, but not to the same extent as some years ago. I deal in fruit and vege... ...r and molasses; in 1900 only $8,143. In 1896 we imported $676,388 worth of tea, which had fallen in 1900 to $391,41 i. These two items make nearly the... ...uld soon be adandoned, and when new land could no longer be had, the wheat culture of California would be at an end ; and with it, the chief source of... ...ed by the farmer upon the wheat lands east of the Mississippi River, wheat culture in Cali- fornia would be unprofitable, and could not be carried on.... ...ly the Sanmri or soldier class, or nobility have enjoyed the comfo.-t.s or culture of wealth until recent years and until this time 50 per cent of the...

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Mexican tea culture

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...Agua de Jamaica, a popular iced tea beverage in Mexico Mexican tea cul... ...ed tea beverage in Mexico Mexican tea culture is known for its traditional herbal teas which are reputed to have ... ...hich are reputed to have medicinal properties. In recent decades, imported tea beverages have also become popular in Mexico. Mexican tea recipes have ... ...istory Mexico has numerous indigenous herbs that native cultures used to make infusions for centuries before Spanish colonization. ... ... A small number of prominent establishments in Mexico City have formal tea rooms, where British-style tea is served, including the Hotel Marquis R... ...age in Mexico, this plant has also been used as a culinary spice by native cultures north of Mexico. Poleo has been found to be rich in antioxidants.[... ...tralian Chinese ... ... Chinese ... ... Chinese ...

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The Early History of the Tea Industry in North-East India

By: Mann, Harold H. (Harold Hart), B. 1872

...AfZ8 Cornell University Library HD9198.M28 The early history ofthe tea industry in 3 1924 013 772 441 For Private Circulation. The EARLY HIST... ...y in 3 1924 013 772 441 For Private Circulation. The EARLY HISTORY of the TEA INDUSTRY in NORTH-EAST INDIA By HAROLD H. MANN, D.Sc. Reprinted from th... ...INTIXC CO., I.V>. 300 BOWBAZAB STREET CAI.CtlTTA THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE TEA INDUSTRY IN NORTH-EAST INDIA. I. By Harold H. Mann, D.Sc. During the pe... ... its original introduction into use in Europe the supply of tea had been a Chinese monopoly, and the trade in it to England had been a monopoly of the... ...he first instance o£ Mr .Tames Pattle. Mr. G. .7. Ooninn and Dr. Lumqua, a Chinese doctor, who had long lived in OalevUt*. * At a salary of Rs. 1 ,000... ... within the Honourable Company's territories, from Sadiya and Beesa to the Chinese frontier province of Yunnan, w^here the shrub is cultivated for the... ...ard he becomes almost the principal figure in the local development of tea culture for a good many years. The scientific deputation to Assam to which ... ...nto the matter was very largely increased. Bruce, as Superintendent of Tea Culture", put a large amount of energy into the work of clearing the tea co... ...nted with the country and inhabitants, was appointed Superintendent of Tea Culture. His attention has previously been given to other pursuits, and he ...

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Dominican tea culture

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...Periwinkle plants in bloom. Indigenous Caribs made medicinal tea from Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus), and it is used today in modern p... ...day in modern pharmacology. Dominican tea culture combines many customs adapted from various colonial and immigra... ...in modern pharmacology. Dominican tea culture combines many customs adapted from various colonial and immigrant c... ...d often taken for medicinal purposes, are a traditional part of Dominica's culture. Contents ... ... Contents 1 Tea terms in Dominica 2 Cocoa tea ... ..."tea" of the day took place in mid-morning. This is different from British culture, where "tea" often refers to a light meal with a cup of Assam tea i... ...tralian Chinese ... ... Chinese ... ... Chinese ...

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A Text Book on the Chemistry and Agriculture of Tea : Including the Growth and Manufacture

By: Bamber, M. Kelway (Montague Kelway)

...assic Literature Collection World Public Library.org AND AGRICULTURE OF TEA Title: A TEXT BOOK ON THE CHEMISTRY AND AGRICULTURE OF TEA Author:... ...... ...., F.CS. MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY OF ARTS, LONDON, LATE CHEMIST TO THE INDIAN TEA ASSOCIATION, CALCUTTA, ^" < Calcutta : LAW-PUBLISHING PRESS, 57, BOW BA... .... CONTENTS. >» < CHAPTER I. ^History of the Tea Plant :.... Origin of Tea Culture in liidia Discovery of Tea in India ' "Pliysiological Botany . ... ... ...ing, one of the classical works of high antiquity and veneration among the Chinese, and compiled by their renowned philosopher, Confucius [born 550 B.... ...usand difi«rent kinds." It is obvious from the preceding account, that the Chinese were well acquainted with tea at this period, and we also find from... ...ixteenth century of the Christian era, although the plant was known to the Chinese as early as the third and fourth century of the Christian era, and ... ... in April and May, and then little until the winter months. Orig'in of Tea Culture in India. In 1780, Colonel Kyd had Some tea pMtits growing inhisgar... ...into that district. But the first really practical effort to introduce tea culture into India was made by Sir Joseph Banks, who in 1788 drew up for th...

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Brazilian tea culture

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... A Brazilian tea plantation around 1930. Tea leaves are harvested in this photo by Japan... ...oto by Japanese immigrants. Brazilian tea culture has its origins with the infused beverages, or chás (Portuguese... ...by Japanese immigrants. Brazilian tea culture has its origins with the infused beverages, or chás (Portuguese pro... ...verages, or chás (Portuguese pronunciation: ), made by the indigenous cultures of the Amazon region. It has evolved since the Portuguese colonial... ...ved since the Portuguese colonial period to include imported varieties and tea-drinking customs. There is a folk knowledge in Brazil which says that B... ...the urban ones, have a greater taste for using sugar in teas than in other cultures due to the lack of habit to unsweetened drinks. ... ...m, the anise, there known as erva-doce or rarely anis, Illicium verum, the Chinese star anise, there known as anis-estrelado, Aloysia citrodora, the S... ...ho introduced tea seeds from Sri Lanka and India. Prior to this time, only Chinese tea varieties had been grown in Brazil.[5] Braz... ...tralian Chinese ...

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An Account of the Cultivation and Manufacture of Tea in China : Derived from Personal Observation during an Official Residence in That Country from 1804 to 1826 : And Illustrated by the Best Authorities, Chinese as Well as European : With Remarks on the Experiments Now Making for the Introduction of the Culture of the Tea Tree in Other Parts of the World

By: Ball, Samuel, 1781-1874

...Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org AND MANUFACTURE OF TEA IN CHINA Title: AN ACCOUNT OF THE CULTIVATION AND MANUFACTURE OF... ...... ...haw, New-street- Square. AN ACCOUNT OF THE CULTIVATION AND MANUFACTURE OF TEA IN CHINA: DERIVED FROM PERSONAL OBSERVATION DURING AN OFFICIAL RESIDE... ...IN THAT COUNTRY FROM 1804 TO 1826 ; And illustrated by the best Authorities, Chinese as well as European : WITH REMARKS ON THE EXPERIMENTS NOW MAKING ... ...ean : WITH REMARKS ON THE EXPERIMENTS NOW MAKING TOR THE INTRODUCTION OF THE CULTURE OF THE TEA TREE IN OTHER PARTS OF THE WORLD. BY SAMUEL BALL, ESQ.... ... mani- pulators from the tea districts ; from written documents furnished by Chinese ; from published works in the same language diligently sought out... ...ging to this work were engraved from drawings made by Mr. J. "W. Archer from Chinese sketches. The two views of the " Inner * See Journal of the Agric... ... suitable — Analysis of tea soils from China and Japan - - Page 40 CHAP. IV. Culture — Accounts given in Chinese works — By European missionaries — Pl... ...nislas Julien's inte- resting " Resume des principaux Traites Chinois sur la Culture des Miiriers et l'Education des Vers a Soie," that much rain is e...

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Chinese tea ceremony

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The Book of Tea

By: Okakura, Kakuzo, 1862-1913

... TEA by OKAKURA-KAKUZO THE BOOK OF TEA 'HE BOOK OF TEA ' BY OKAKURA-KAKUZO G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS lyONDON AND ... ... To JOHN LAFARGB Sensei 229601 CONTENTS PAGE CHAPTER I. THE CUP OF HUMANITY Tea ennobled into Teaism, a religion of aestheticism, the adoration of th... ...ants The mutual misunderstanding of the New World and the Old The Worship of Tea in the West Early records of Tea in European writing The Taoists' ver... ...first apostle of Tea The Tea-ideals of the three dynasties To the latter-day Chinese Tea is a delicious beverage, but not an ideal In Japan Tea is a r... ...its successor ZennLsm, represent the indi- vidualistic trend of the Southern Chinese mind Taoism accepts the mundane and tries to find beauty in our w... ... abject voluptuousness. Indian spiritu- ality has been derided as ignorance, Chinese sobriety as stupidity, Japanese patriotism as the result of fatal... ...r the equip- ment of modern education. Our in- sight does not penetrate your culture deeply, but at least we are willing to learn. Some of my compatri... ...es of Europe, so the Tea-ideals characterise the various moods of Ori- ental culture. The Cake-tea which was boiled, the Powdered-tea which was whippe... ...r the barbaric rule of the Yuen Emperors, / destroyed all the fruits of Sung culture. : The native dynasty of the Mings which attempted re-nationalisa...

The cup of humanity.--The schools of tea.--Taoism and Zennism.--The tea-room.--Art appreciation.--Flowers.--Tea-masters

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Chinese culture

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... Chinese-Australian culture ... ... Chinese-Australian culture ... ... Chinese-Canadian culture ... ... Chinese-Canadian culture ... ... Chinese-New Zealander culture ... ... Chinese-New Zealander culture ... ... Chinese Tea Ceremony schools ... ...relations Chinese spiritual world concepts Chinese tea ceremony Chinese views on sin Chinese zodiac ... ...ruggle for Justice Lottery poetry Lu'an Melon Seed tea M Mahjong culture ...

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The Book of Tea

By: Okakura, Kakuzo, 1862-1913

... TEA by OKAKURA-KAKUZO THE BOOK OF TEA THE BOOK OF TEA BY OKAKURA-KAKUZO NEW YORK DUFFIELD & COMPANY 1P19 ... ...ANY To JOHN LAFARGE Sensei 2216930 CONTENTS CHAPTER I. THE CUP OF HUMANITY Tea ennobled into Teaism, a religion of aestheti- cism, the adoration of ... ...ts The mutual misunder- standing of the New World and the Old The Worship of Tea in the West Early records of Tea in European writing The Taoists' ver... ...irst apostle of Tea The Tea-ideals of the three dyikisties To the latter-day Chinese Tea is a delicious beverage, but not an ideal In Japan Tea is a r... ...its successor Zennism. represent the indi- vidualistic trend of the Southern Chinese mind Taoism accepts the mundaneand tries to find beauty in ourwor... ... abject voluptuousness. Indian spiritu- ality has been derided as ignorance, Chinese sobriety as stupidity, Japanese patriotism as the result of fatal... ...r the equip- ment of modern education. Our in- sight does not penetrate your culture deeply, but at least we are willing to learn. Some of my compatri... ...es of Europe, so the Tea-ideals characterise the various moods of Ori- ental culture. The Cake-tea which was boiled, the Powdered-tea which was whippe... ...der the barbaric rule of the Yuen Emperors, destroyed all the fruits of Sung culture. The native dynasty of the Mings which attempted re-nationalisati...

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Chinese herb tea

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... Traditional Chinese 涼茶 ... ... Literal meaning cool tea ... ... A Chinese herb tea shop in Central Hong Kong ... ... A Chinese herb tea shop in Central Hong Kong Ch... ...b tea shop in Central Hong Kong Chinese herb(al) tea or medicinal herbal tea is a kind of infusion made fro... ...tral Hong Kong Chinese herb(al) tea or medicinal herbal tea is a kind of infusion made from purely Chinese ... ...h is supposed to be preserved and promoted actively.In Chinese traditional culture, harmonious relationship between human being and nature is highly p... ...hinese herb tea’s outstanding and unique value to show Chinese traditional culture. The Chinese herb tea was guided by Traditional Chinese Medicine Th... ..., it associated with Chinese’s daily life. It was part of the Chinese food culture.[14] Modernization Tradition...

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Tea in Natal--Past, Present and Future : A Paper Read before the Members of the Lower Tugela Division (Victorian County) Planters' Association at a General Meeting Held at the Kearsney Estate, Nonoti, Natal, July 26, 1882

By: Hulett, J. Liege

...ollection World Public Library.org AND FUTURE, A PAPER READ Title: TEA IN NATAL--PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE, A PAPER READ Author: J. LIEGE HULET... ...before the Lower Tugela Planters' Association, on July 26:— The history of Tea culture in Natal in the past may not be generally known • it will be we... ...re the Lower Tugela Planters' Association, on July 26:— The history of Tea culture in Natal in the past may not be generally known • it will be well t... ... hopes of future benefit to the Colony. It may be safely asserted that the Tea which has existed in various parts of the Colony in gardens, and even i... ...a good marketable article. I was .desirous, some years back, of trying Tea culture, and applied to the then Manager of Spitzkop for seed. This gentlem... ...usands of acres of land on the coast of Natal, which, with proper care and culture, will yield an annual return of 700 lbs. of manufac- tured Tea per ... ...ld alone,withoutmixing (IndianTeasbeing chiefly used to strengthen theweak Chinese Teas). He like- wisetoldmenot torelyuponbroker's reports,;asthey si...

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Yingdehong tea

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... Quick description: Sweet tea ... ... Yingdehong tea (英德红茶; pinyin: Yīngdé hóngchá) is a black tea from Yingde, Guangdong pr... ...uangdong province, China. First produced mechanically in 1959. Much of the tea is exported. Some quality varieties are produced, which often look like... .... The tea should have a cocoa-like aroma and like most Chinese black teas a sweet aftertaste. ... ...tralian Chinese ... ... Culture ... ... Chinese ...

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Chinese Immigration. The Social, Moral, And Political Effect of Chinese Immigration. Testimony Taken before a Committee of the Senate of the State of California, Appointed April 3D, 1876

By: California. Legislature. Senate. Special Committee on Chinese Immigration; Haymond, Creed, 1836-1893

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CHINESE IMMIGRATION Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literat... ...... ...Aitken, Andrew, testimony of 156 Altemeyer, Abram, testimony of 49 -America, Chinese regard for 22 and China trade 9, 14 American institutions, Chines... ...guilds, of all sorts and kinds, and rule, in this manner, everything sold—as tea, silks, etc., even to the transportation on wheelbarrows. It is all g... ....—He then is absolutely at their mercy? A.—You take the merchants' guild—the tea merchants' guild for instance; it decides that the members shall not ... ...ea merchants' guild for instance; it decides that the members shall not sell tea below a cer- 13 tain price. Suppose a member breaks that agreement; ... ...anged by mere preaching, but by a steady pro- cess of religious training and culture, under teachers of their own race. The missionary work of the pas...

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Qilan tea

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... Quick description: Fruity Wuyi tea. ... ... Qilan (simplified Chinese: 奇兰; traditional Chinese: 奇蘭; pinyin: qílán; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: kî-lân) is... ...Chinese: 奇蘭; pinyin: qílán; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: kî-lân) is a very mild Wuyi Oolong tea, it has an obvious sweet and nutty aroma. See also ... ... Tea (Camellia sinensis) ... ...tralian Chinese ... ... Culture ... ... Chinese ...

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The Pests and Blights of the Tea Plant : Being a Report of Investigations Conducted in Assam and to Some Extent Also in Kangra by George Watt

By: Watt, George, Sir 1851-1930

...ATT Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE TEA PLANT Title: THE PESTS AND BLIGHTS OF THE TEA PLANT Author: GEORGE... ...... ...s 20 VII. Insect and other Animal Pests ... 25 VI II. Influence of Jats of Tea on the Development of Blights and Pests .... 29 CHAPTER III.-PLANT LIFE... ...nags, that will determine the activity and longevity of the bush. In fruit culture there are said to be three forms of bushes : (a) Standard. In this ... ...Investigations in Assam Pruning. SHAPE of the TEA BUSH. Cham Adaptation to Chinese Cultivation. Condition of Roots in Hybrids. Branched Bush Recom- me... ...tions to which it has to be exposed than a plant of mature years. 198. The Chinese have cultivated the tea plant for centuries no doubt, as compared w... ...the original form of the plant that still remains more or less true of the Chinese stock, is the tendency to produce ascending instead of spreading br... ...ion, see an article on " Green Manuring " in Journal of the Board of Agri* culture for June 18^7.) 308. "A preparation in the form of a gelatine culti... ...ely been introduced, it very rapidly threatened the very existence of vine culture. By way of a local manifestation of a sudden appearance and as sudd...

Tea ; Tea -- Diseases and pests

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Dafang tea

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... Quick description: Flat green tea, similar to Longjing with a nutty aroma. ... ... Da Fang Tea (Chinese: 顶谷大方; pinyin: dǐng gǔ dà fāng), also named Zhupu Da Fang or Z... ... Da Fang Tea (Chinese: 顶谷大方; pinyin: dǐng gǔ dà fāng), also named Zhupu Da Fang or Zhuye ... ... pinyin: dǐng gǔ dà fāng), also named Zhupu Da Fang or Zhuye Da Fang, is a Chinese green tea. It is considered one of China's top ten teas by some Chi... ...gǔ dà fāng), also named Zhupu Da Fang or Zhuye Da Fang, is a Chinese green tea. It is considered one of China's top ten teas by some Chinese tea exper... ...gjing tea, it has sharp flat shapes and a similar production process. Some Chinese tea experts believe Da Fang Tea is an ancestor of Longjing tea. It ... ... Culture ...

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Golden Tips. A Description of Ceylon and Its Great Tea Industry

By: Cave, Henry William, B. 1854

... Morning Post. A most graphic and pleasing account of Ceylon and its great tea industry. The Daily Graphic. The author's descriptions of journeys abou... ... Mr. John Ferguson. For assistance in technical matters connected with the culture of the tea plant and the processes of manufacture I am indebted to ... ...son. For assistance in technical matters connected with the culture of the tea plant and the processes of manufacture I am indebted to many friends, a... ...e see that it represents a sprinkling of Golden Tips and other fine Ceylon Tea ; and that it is done from a photograph. HENRY W. CAVE. FEBRUARY, 1904.... ... A INTRODUCTORY. would be prosaic and lacking in the picturesque. But tea culture in Ceylon is associated with life in a tropical country of unrivall... ...ge of English litera- ture and that its praises have been sung by the most cultured of the human race ; and we might fill pages with description of it... ... Pekoe, Orange Pekoe, Pekoe, Souchong, and Dust, all of which terms are of Chinese origin, and refer to some characteristic of the sort of tea they re... ...t which the Arabians in the reign of Haroun Alraschid met the junks of the Chinese, and brought back gems, silks, and spices from Serendib to Bassora....

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Tea garden

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... Yorkshire Stingo, Marylebone, London Tea garden may refer to: ... ... garden may refer to: Tea Garden in Siliguri,West Bengal ... ... Roji, surrounding Japanese tea houses and which form part of the architecture associated with Japanese... ... See also British tea culture Japanese garden J... ... gardening Tea house Tea culture Jumla orchard,Nepal ... ...tralian Chinese ... ... Culture ... ... Chinese ... ... Chinese ...

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Tea Cultivation, Cotton and Other Agricultural Experiments in India : A Review

By: Lees, W. Nassau (William Nassau), 1825-1889

... University of California Berkeley JOSEPH M.BRANSTEN COFFEE & TEA COLLECTION Acquired in memory of JOSEPH M. BRANSTEN > I \ / > 7 ... ...COLLECTION Acquired in memory of JOSEPH M. BRANSTEN > I \ / > 7 .V if- TEA CULTIVATION, COTTON AND OTHER AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENTS IN INDIA. A RE... ...e series contained on a sister experiment the introduction into India of the Tea Plant. Not- withstanding that Government has been now engaged in this... ...t abundance, affords good grounds for supposing that the introduction of the Chinese plant into Upper Assam would be attended with success.' Mr. Scott... ...only the British Nation, but all foreigners might be prohibited entering the Chinese territories.' On this ground he considered it of national importa... ...y of this Article (TEA) than that already furnished by the toleration of the Chinese Government/ He proposed, there- fore, that the East India Company... ...( without 18 adverting to the desultory manner in which the question of tea culture in India, has been treated by every author who has written on the... ...t 3 in the investigations which led up to the successful introduction of tea culture in the Lower Provinces. It is a source of regret that the experim... ...he whole plan. It has been generally allowed that the superintendence of the culture of any given plant, requires at the least a certain degree of pra...

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Yellow tea

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...Junshan Yinzhen, a Chinese Famous Tea Yellow tea (Chinese: 黃茶; pinyin: h... ...hen, a Chinese Famous Tea Yellow tea (Chinese: 黃茶; pinyin: huángchá) usually implies a special tea processed simi... ... Yellow tea (Chinese: 黃茶; pinyin: huángchá) usually implies a special tea processed similarly to green tea, but with a slower drying phase, where... ...sed similarly to green tea, but with a slower drying phase, where the damp tea leaves are allowed to sit and yellow. The tea generally has a very yell... ... from Hunan Province, China is a Silver Needle yellow tea. A Chinese Famous Tea. Huoshan Huangya (霍山黃牙) ... ...tralian Chinese ... ... Culture ...

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The Chinese at Home and Abroad

By: Farwell, Willard Brigham, 1829-1903; San Francisco (Calif.). Board of Supervisors. Report of the Special Committee of the Board of Supervisors of San Francisco on the Condition of the Chinese Quarter of That City

...ure Collection World Public Library.org HOME AND ABROAD Title: THE CHINESE AT HOME AND ABROAD Author: WILLARD B. FARWELL Language: English Su... ...... ...ttee of the Board of Supervisors of San Francisco, on the Condition of the Chinese Quarter of that City. By WILLARD B. FARWELL. SAN FRANCISCO: A. L. B... ... good deal like our 16 THE CHINESE AT HOME. cafes except that nothing but tea is drank in them. There they pass days and nights, playing with so much... ...most pitiless manner. % ¥: ^ '^ * i^ ¥r " In certain localities, where the culture of cotton and the breeding of silk-worms furnish young girls with s... ...empire, founded upon and permeated with the myriad influences of Caucasian culture ? or are we merely planted here for the purpose of fighting greedil...

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