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Troq Chai
Troq Chai (Urdu for "black tea"), also known as Chitrali Chai, is a preparation of tea drunk in Pakistan in which salt, together with lemon, is boiled with the tea. This tea is common in Chitral,...
Mexican tea culture
Mexican tea culture is known for its traditional herbal teas which are reputed to have medicinal properties. In recent decades, imported tea beverages have also become popular in Mexico. Mexican tea r...
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Moroccan tea culture
Moroccan or Algerian mint tea (also mint tea, Tuareg tea, or Maghrebi mint tea), is a green tea prepared with spearmint leaves and sugar, traditional to the Maghreb region (Northwest Africa: Morocco,...
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Doodh Pati Chai
Doodh Pati Chai (Urdu for "milk tea"), also known as Peshawari Chai (after the Pakistani city), is a tea beverage drunk in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh; in which milk, together with sugar, is b...
Taiwanese tea culture
Taiwanese tea culture includes tea arts, traditional tea ceremonies, and the social aspects of tea consumption. While the most common teas consumed in Taiwan are oolongs (especially Taiwanese oolongs...
Noon Chai
Noon Chai (also called Kashmiri tea, pink tea, Gulabi chai and Sheer Chai) is a traditional tea beverage from Kashmir. It is a part of Kashmiri culture to drink this beverage 2−3 times a day with trad...
Brazilian tea culture
Brazilian tea culture has its origins with the infused beverages, or chás ([ˈʃas]), made by the indigenous cultures of the Amazon region. It has evolved since the Portuguese colonial period to include...
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Senegalese tea culture
Senegalese tea culture is an important part of daily social life. Senegal tea-drinking revolves around mint tea especially, similar to other countries in the West Africa region, such as Gambia and Mau...
Senegalese tea culture - Wikipedia
Hanabiramochi
Hanabiramochi (葩餅) is a Japanese sweet (wagashi), usually eaten at the beginning of the year. Hanabiramochi are also served at the first tea ceremony of the new year.
The name "hanabiramochi" ...
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Kama (Japanese tea ceremony)
Kama (釜) is a Japanese term meaning metal pot or kettle. The specific term for a kama used in Japanese tea ceremony is chagama (茶釜, "tea kettle"). Kama are made of cast iron, and are used to heat the ...
Argentine tea culture
Argentine tea culture is influenced by local and imported varieties and customs. The country is a major producer of tea (Camellia sinensis), but is most well known for the cultivation and consumption ...
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British East India Company
The East India Company (EIC), more properly called the Honourable East India Company (HEIC), was an English joint-stock company, formed to pursue trade with the East Indies, but which ended up tradin...
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Dominican tea culture
Dominican tea culture combines many customs adapted from various colonial and immigrant cultures that have mingled on the Caribbean island. "Bush teas", made from local herbal plants and often taken f...
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Tea culture
Tea culture is defined by the way tea is made and consumed, by the way the people interact with tea, and by the aesthetics surrounding tea drinking, it includes aspects of tea production, tea brewing,...
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Mushakōjisenke
Mushakōjisenke (武者小路千家), sometimes referred to as Mushanokōjisenke, is a school of Japanese tea ceremony. Along with Urasenke and Omotesenke, the Mushakōjisenke is one of the three lines of the Se...
Kahwah
Kahwah (Urdu: قہوہ‎, also transliterated qehwa, kehwa or kahwa) is a traditional green tea preparation consumed in Afghanistan, northern Pakistan, some regions of Central Asia as well as the...
Pakistani tea culture
In Pakistan, tea is 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 local name for tea, in Urdu, is...
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Gongfu tea ceremony
The gongfu tea ceremony or kung fu tea ceremony (Chinese: 工夫茶 sometimes referred to as Chinese: 功夫茶), is a kind of Chinese tea ceremony, is a Chinese cultural activity involving the ritualized...
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Chinese tea culture
Chinese tea culture refers to the methods of preparation of tea, the equipment used to make tea and the occasions in which tea is consumed in China. The terms chayi, 茶藝 ("Art of Tea") and "Tea Ceremon...
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Japanese tea ceremony
The Japanese tea ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha, powdered green tea. In Japanese, it is called ch...
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Russian tea culture
Tea is part of Russian culture. According to a 2005 study, some 82% of Russians consume tea daily.
Since 1638, tea has had a rich and varied history in Russia. Due in part to Russia's cold northe...
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Iced tea
Iced tea (or ice tea) is a form of cold tea. Though usually served in a glass with ice, it can also refer to a tea that has been chilled or cooled. It may or may not be sweetened. Iced tea is also a p...
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Hong Kong tea culture
The tea-drinking habits of Hong Kong residents derive from Chinese tea culture. After more than 150 years of British rule, however, they have changed somewhat to become unique in the world. This uniqu...
Indian tea culture
India is the second largest producer of tea in the world after China, including the famous Assam tea and Darjeeling tea. According to the Planning Commission Deputy Chairman, Montek Singh Ahluwalia, ...
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American tea culture
American tea culture encompasses the methods of preparation and means of consumption of tea within the context of the culture of the United States.American restaurants and workplaces typically offer m...
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Koro (incense burner)
Censers are any type of vessels made for burning incense. These vessels vary greatly in size, form, and material of construction. They may consist of simple earthenware bowls or fire pots to intricate...
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