February Crossword Challenge
- 3. The "flo-thru" teabag was patented in 1952 by this company
- 5. This is the most consumed green tea in Japan.
- 6. What was Sri Lanka's colonial name?
- 8. This was the first American ship to carry a cargo of tea from China to London after the repeal of the Navigation Laws.
- 11. This European city is the center of today's tea market.
- 13. This is a common beverage found in teacups across South Africa.
- 15. This country imported tea regularly from China by the way of the overland caravan route through Manchuria and Mongolia.
- 16. In the Japanese ceremony this is the name of the square silk cloth used for cleaning the tea scoop and for handling hot kettles or pot lids.
- 17. This was the common name for black teas, which came to Boston in 1713.
- 20. This word is not found in the Bible, the works of Shakespeare or any other publications in English previous to the latter half of the 17th century.
- 21. This First lady invited Mrs. Jesse DePriest, wife of Congressman Oscar DePriest, to afternoon tea. This brought forth both criticism and praise, because she was the first Africcan-American woman to be invited to a White House Tea.
- 22. Since the Ming Dynasty, this humble three-piece bowl set has been used to coax the subtle aromas from delicate white, green and oolong teas.
- 1. Kenyan purple tea contains this antioxidant.
- 2. This is a sometimes referred to as "popcorn tea."
- 4. This word has its roots in the Malay word "kati" meaning about 1 1/3 pounds in weight.
- 7. The best green tea originated from these mountains, in present day Anhui province in China and it was called what?
- 9. This is one of India's three main tea regions.
- 10. This accounts for 98% of the volume in a cup of tea.
- 12. Catherine of Braganza arrived from this country to marry Charles II in 1662, bringing a chest of tea as part of her dowry.
- 14. This tea has been called the "Champagne of Teas."
- 18. Teatime in Chile is deeply rooted in Chilean food culture and is affectionally called what?
- 19. In Russia, this essentially strong tea based concentrate is called what?