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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Tea Citations Tea began in China. No one knows how it was actually discovered but there is a story in which a chinese emperor drinks boiled water and while he is drinking outside, good smelling/tasting tea leaves fall into his up and tea is made. After that tea was most commonly made in china and was made from putting tea leaves into hot water. after a while, people found that tea was a remedy for disease. because tea was sent as healing to the sick, tea evolved to more of a gift but was still used for drinking. Tea is an essential part of chinese culture, there tea is both made and begins its journey on the silk road. Tea on the Tea And Horse Caravan Road had many beneficial affects. One of them being that in Tibet, their diet consisted of Yak butter, beef and lamb. A tea named Pu'er tea was traded to them. This tea helped them digest the heavy foods they ate. In order for traders to get from one place to another they mostly traveled on caravans.Sometimes the caravans would have to go through mountains and giant rivers. A common place to trade tea was Tibet. But to get to Tibet traders had to travel through some of the most extreme and harsh terrain, but it was worth it for the profit they would make once there. The Tea And Horse Caravan Road "The History Of Tea." Wissotzky Tea. N.p., n.d. Web. "The “Ancient Tea and Horse Caravan Road,” the “Silk Road” of Southwest China." The “Ancient Tea and Horse Caravan Road,” the “Silk Road” of Southwest China. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Jan. 2013."The Ancient Tea-Horse Road." The Ancient Tea-Horse Road. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Jan. 2013. Where Tea Began Effects Of The Tea And Horse Caravan Road Tea began in China. Legend has it that the first tea was made when an Emperor went outside to go drink his boiled water when leaves fell from the trees into his cup. the leaves smelled beautiful and tasted delicious. The silk road or even sometimes referred to as the Tea and Horse Caravan Road was extremely popular for trading tea. The tea first started in southwest china and made its way to India. Life On The Tea And Horse Caravan Road
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