More tea facts

Tea break time

Tea breaks are a tradition that have been with us for approximately 200 years.

Drink your way to the top

80% of office workers now claim they find out more about what’s going on at work over a cup of tea than in any other way.

Everyone’s favorite

By the middle of the 18th Century tea had replaced ale and gin as the drink of the masses and had become Britain’s most popular beverage.

Good for you

Tea contains half the amount of caffeine found in coffee.

How many cups a day

The number of recommended cups of tea to drink each day is 4, this gives you optimal benefit.

A long time ago

Tea was created more than 5000 years ago in China.

A cup of tea to keep the dentist at bay

Tea is a natural source of fluoride that can help protect against tooth decay and gum disease

…And the doctor away

Tea has potential health maintenance benefits in cardiovascular disease and cancer prevention.

Bag it up

96% of all cups of tea drunk daily in the UK are brewed from tea bags.

Big in India

Apart from tourism, tea is the biggest industrial activity in India.

As you like it

98% of people take their tea with milk, but only 30% take sugar in tea.

 

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