Any colour other than grey is a welcome sign of our shifting seasons. Rather than the stay-at-homeunder-the-blanket teas we enjoyed over winter, spring is all about colour and zest, smelling flowers and tasting honey. We need to get busy in the garden again. Here’s four terrific teas to take out into the world with you.
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600 AD it’s believed a monk introduced tea to Japan.
1560 Portuguese missionaries discover tea.
1610 Dutch traders start bringing tea to Europe where it was sold mainly through pharmacies as a therapeutic imbibe.
1650 Peter Stuyvesant serving as the last Dutch Director-General of the colony of “New Netherland”, known today as New York, introduces tea to America.
Tea is rich in anti-oxidants. Anti-oxidants are the free radical ‘vacuum cleaners’ that travel through the body and prevent or slow down oxidation in the body neutralising the damaging effects of free radicals that can lead to all kinds of diseases and pre-mature ageing.