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History of Tea

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Instructor:
Kenwrec FitzRaymund

University Session UA103 February 1, 2020 Course # 306
Time Fee $3.00
Length 1 hr Credits 1
Attendees Canceled Room
Course Category Food and Drink

Description
The History of Tea is the history of civilization, both Asian and European. For example, do you know the difference between Japanese Green Tea and Chinese Green Tea? And which one is historically more accurate? Most people know of the Tea Wars between Britain and China, but do you know the impact of the Mogal Invasion had on Tea? How about the fact that even today, Tea is the most counterfeited tradable item in the world. It is that important. And what about the differences between teas? Would you like to know about Green Tea, Black Tea, White Tea & Oolong Tea? And what in the world is Red Tea? For those who never tried Tea, this is a great way to try out different types. For those who already love Tea, come learn more. For a coffee drinker, come over to the other side, and try the most popular drink in the world. And for anyone who loves history, please join us and have fun! Several different types of Tea will be shared!

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