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Wednesday, July 27

There Was an Earl Grey but No Earl Grey Tea in Regency England

Image @Elaine Golden, Unforgettable
Tea for Two in Regency England is a fascinating post about taking tea, the types of tea, and the history of tea.
"By the 1730’s tea gardens were a popular private venue that served tea to women in a gardened setting with music. However, since a woman had to be escorted to the a tea garden by a male companion, and most men were off at their clubs for the afternoon, women began to invite other women to their home to share tea."
  Click here to read the full article by Elaine Golden.

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