The History of Brit’s Afternoon Tea

British and their traditional history of Tea

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The custom of tea drinking was first introduced in the English Royal Court by Catherine of Braganza (wife of Charles II) and from there this custom was embraced by the aristocrats. In 1717, the first tea shop was started by Thomas Twinning only for the ladies at that time, and later on, it was being available to everyone throughout England.

The afternoon tea:

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