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Tea soon became a fashionable drink among the Dutch, and from there spread to other countries in continental western Europe, but because of its high price it remained a drink for the wealthy.
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Since 1600, the British East India Company had a monopoly on importing goods from outside Europe, and it is likely that sailors on these ships brought tea home as gifts.
But the first dated reference to tea in this country is from an advert in a London newspaper, Mercurius Politicus, from September 1658.
Enfield marked and 1950s dated, folding bipod, 30-shot magazine, polished wooden butt. Scarce British Lewis Gun .303 47-shot Dish Magazine for the 1914 model BSA Infantry Gun. The top band incorporates bayonet lug and stacking hook, the middle band with volley sight. Battle used examples with light abrasions, Excellent Condition. The Boers contracted 70,000 Mauser rifles in 1896 with Ludwig Loewe, Berlin to be supplied to the two Republics.
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Shen Nung, a renowned herbalist, decided to try the infusion that his servant had accidentally created.
The tree was a Camellia sinensis, and the resulting drink was what we now call tea.
Containers for tea have been found in tombs dating from the Han dynasty (206 BC - 220 AD) but it was under the Tang dynasty (618-906 AD), that tea became firmly established as the national drink of China.
It became such a favourite that during the late eighth century a writer called Lu Yu wrote the first book entirely about tea, the Ch'a Ching, or Tea Classic.
So at this stage in the history of tea, Europe was rather lagging behind.