Another History Myth Revisited 

Revisited Myth # 87: People bought their tea in bricks, not loose tea leaves.Well, that depends upon which people you’re talking about. Tibetan people, yes. American people, no. Bricks of tea date from as early as 733 AD, according to a Victoria & Albert publication, Tea: East and West. But that was in China, where bricks of tea were particularly popular in central Asia (Mongolia and Tibet) because […]

Congou, loose leaf tea, Benjamin Woods Labaree, Bruce Richardson, hyssop, tea canisters, stale tea, tea bricks, Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, Bohea, single, soughing

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