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The Tea Book Chi-Lung Chow

Did you know tea was found by a Chinese emperor named Shen Nung? Read on to find out the amazing story about tea!


Contents The Life Of Tea 1...................................................P3 The Life Of Tea 2...................................................P4 Tea Processing 1 The Facts....................................P5 Tea Processing 2....................................................P6 My Game 1...........................................................P7 My Game 2...........................................................P8 My Game Answer.................................................P9 References............................................................P10 Glossary...............................................................P11


The Life of Tea 1 Tea was firstly found in China about 4000 years ago when an emperor named Shen Nung was drinking water below a tree, a dry leaf fell into his cup and made the water brown color. Shen Nung That was how tea was found. Since then, tea has become very popular in China and Chinese people thought it would be great to have tea for improving health!


The Life Of Tea 2 In 479 A.D, Turkish traders traded tea on the border of Mongolia, . and the Dutch people brought green tea to their country. As a Green tea result of that tea became popular in Europe as In nowadays, tea is the well!

most common drink in the world!


Tea Processing 1 The Facts There are lots of diffrent types of tea in the world. The most common types are black tea, green tea and oolong tea. The leaves that make tea is called Camellia genus. The fancy name for this plant is Camellia Sinensis. I think only scientists use that word because it's so hard to say. To plant these trees for tea leaves needs to be on the land 600m to 1200m above the sea. The tempratures needs to be 10 degres celsius the minimum and 30 degres max. they need water about 2000mm each year!!


Tea processing 2 How leaves become tea? Let's have a look to Green Tea? Green Tea 1. Tea leaves are collected from the farm 2. They will be put on an oven to inactivate the Enzymes. 3. After that, they will be put into a rolling machine to get the leaves to the right shape. 4. The next step is drying the tea leaves. 5. Now the tea is finished and it has more than a years life in the storage. 6. Finally, tea will be sold in the markets

It could be looked like that!


My GAME 1 So now you know about tea! LET'S SEE HOW MUCH YOU KNOW!!! 1. Who firstly found tea? A) Mr. Corben B) Sheny C)Nung shen D) Shen Nung 2. When was tea traded by the turkist traders? A) 2010 B) 2009 C) 479 A.D. D) 482 A.D.


My GAME 2 3. Where was tea first found? A) India B) China C) North Pole D) New Zealand 4. What is the 4th stage of making green tea? A) Rolling B) Drying C) Crying D) Picking leaves 5. Was it true that Chinese people thought that tea was medicine? A) True B) False


My GAME answers No PEEKING 1. Shen Nung D) 2. 479 C) 3. China B) 4. Drying B) 5. True A)


References These are the websites that helped me. History of tea. http://www.2basnob.com/tea-history-timeline.html

Tea processing. http://www.tea-time.com/home.asp?menuitems=teainfo&page


Glossary Inactive= Not active Active=A moving thing or energetic Enzymes=A protein Protein=Organic monucule


This book is about how, when, why, about tea. It also has an ultimate game to test your knowledge about TEA!! So enjoy this book and you could become a tea master!

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