July Tea Crossword; version 2
- 3. This Chinese Province is the home of Pu-erh Tea.
- 4. This band sang Tea in the Sahara.
- 6. In this country guests are expected to tap their fingers on the table three times to show gratitude for the tea being served.
- 7. Scones originated in this country.
- 12. The name of the art of fortune telling that uses patterns in tea leaves to divine the future.
- 13. This herb is added to gunpowder tea to make the characteristic Moroccan Tea.
- 14. In 1908, American Thomas Sullivan began packaging tea samples in bags made of this material.
- 15. This is the tea tasting term that describes a liquor which is pungent, creating a "dry" feeling in the mouth.
- 18. A Russian teapot, adapted from Tibetan teapots.
- 19. Tea was originally used for this purpose.
- 20. This famous fictional character’s favorite tea is Earl Grey. (2 words)
- 23. This is the name of the traditional Japanese tea ceremony.
- 24. This is a lidded bowl for brewing and drinking tea.
- 1. This traditional Japanese teapot is specifically designed to brew green tea.
- 2. This tea from the West Bengal region of India is known as The Champagne of Teas.
- 5. This character hosts a garden tea party in the book “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.” (2 words)
- 8. Spicy, milky tea from India is called this.
- 9. Bubble tea is a tea-based drink that originated in this country in the early 1980s.
- 10. The most well- known smoked tea that comes from the Wuyi region in China’s Fujian Province.(2 words)
- 11. Robert Fortune can be attributed to transporting tea from China to this country in 1848 to help the British Empire.
- 16. This component of tea is responsible for its effect on iron absorption.
- 17. This Japanese Green Tea is made with roasted brown rice.
- 18. This type of tea is infused with aroma and taste of various flowers or spices under controlled conditions.
- 21. This Indian Tea is the base for Irish Breakfast Tea.
- 22. Tea leaves rolled into small round pellets are called this.