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The history of tea in the USA and England is a very voluminous material, so we will try to briefly consider only its main aspects. For the first time, ships from Canada, Holland and England began to carry a tea drink from distant China to Europe somewhere in the middle of the seventeenth century. At first, tea became known as a healing drink, but after some decades, it began to be consumed simply for pleasure. If you remember and read, then something similar could be observed in the history of tea in China.

In the UK, a tea drink was introduced by the British East India Company, which was founded in 1600. After 2 years, the English monarch Charles II played a wedding with a Portuguese princess, who was a very ardent fan of tea. As a result of this alliance, tea parties at the court became very popular, which, firstly, had a good effect on the income of merchants, and, secondly, it was considered a victory over alcohol, which at that time was drunk by lords and ladies several times a day.

In general, a tea drink in Europe came into contact with a powerful counteraction of cocoa, beer, coffee and wine. It must be said that sovereign Karl the second did not greatly share his wife's views with regard to tea, so he imposed high duties on him, and by decrees forbade the distribution of coffee houses and teahouses, which he saw as hotbeds of objectionable thoughts. This caused a wave of dissatisfaction and objection among the people, and at some time the king abolished the law (although he left the fee). Thus, tea in England was much more expensive than in continental Europe, which led to the activation of smugglers and counterfeiters.

In the Scandinavian countries, tea did not succeed in gaining a good position; these states were more “coffee” in contrast to the UK, where the drink became almost national. So, for example, in 1802 tea was included in the army’s compulsory diet, and a little later it replaced half the portion of rum for sailors. Those, in turn, began to mix the two drinks, calling it "grog."

Throughout the history of tea in Europe until the half of the 19th century, the drink was bought mostly in China, however, due to the increasing difficulties in trade, the British began to independently form tea cultivation in a colony of India and Ceylon. After some time, the supply of tea from the colonies became more than the volume of purchases. Over time, the Suez Canal was opened and the pace of supply increased sharply, and the price of tea fell.

At the same time, the creation of tea traditions took place, which the British primarily associated with Queen Victoria. She was known as a big fan of tea, and, in principle, she contributed to a greater degree in turning tea drinking into a court tradition. It is to her that the so-called “Tea Moralities,” the rules of tea etiquette in England, owe their appearance, which have become a good basis for European traditions of drinking tea. The most famous and popular of them is the five-hour tea party (“five o’clock tea”) - this is an afternoon tea with tea, as well as snacks. Over time, tea became an increasingly affordable drink, which allowed it to quickly become a convenient and inexpensive way to spend time for the middle class, who in every possible way tried to make other people famous.

Talking about the history of tea in Europe, one should also mention other continental states. So, the French learned about tea through the Dutch in 1636. One of the very first adherents of tea was the French sovereign Louis XIV - he learned that the people of China, just like the Japanese, do not suffer from gout and apoplexy because of drinking tea, so he ordered his doctors to use it as well. This overseas drink appealed to men, they turned tea into something like a Chinese ritual, but women liked cocoa and coffee more.

In Germany, a tea drink was mentioned in the distant 1650s, as confirmation of this opinion, there are pharmacy price tags with the inscription Herba thea. One of the famous tea lovers was the Dutch doctor Cornelius Dekker, who said: “Tea can help a person who is exhausted, that with one foot is already standing in the grave. This drink will give it strength and life. ” At the same time, he considered 50 cups per day an acceptable norm, while 200 was the ultimate value for a person. Very interesting opinion.

Returning to France, one can also notice that in 1658 tea plants were planted in the royal park in Paris, but the initiative did not end in a successful ending, since the bushes gloriously grew only in the greenhouse. Despite all the resistance of this plant, the metropolitan air did not suit them in any way. Tea cultivation also interested the Swedish nature researcher Karlik Linnaeus, which gave him the name Camellia Thea.

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