February 19, 2014
Some Relatives of the Tea Plant to Grow in the U.S.
The rush to grow tea in the U.S. is on, with brave agronomical pioneers in several states boldly going where… you know the rest. But wait, there are already several relatives of the tea plant (Camellia Sinensis) blooming from coast to coast. Well, almost. Camellias, azaleas, and rhododendrons are the generally known names. You can’t… Continue reading
Who Drinks Coffee, Who Drinks Tea?
Of all the nations on Earth, which one drinks the most tea? That would have to be the Irish, of course. Or would it? Well, if the truth be told, the nation that consumes the most tea of them all is…China. Which is fitting enough, I guess. The Chinese are said to put away about… Continue reading
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