Illustrations
1. A box of Brooke Bond tea 3
2. A box of Brooke Bond PG Tips teabags 3
3. ‘‘The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party’’ 18
4. A box of Celestial Seasonings tea 23
5a and 5b. ‘‘Like Sons of the Forest’’ 36
6. ‘‘The Colonies as a Captive Maiden Forced to Drink Tea’’ 37
7. Taking Tea in England 39
8. The High Life, or Taste à la Mode 39
9. A Comfortable Dish of Tea, 1782 48
10. ‘‘A Harlot’s Progress’’ 48
11a. Portrait of Sir Thomas Lipton 66
11b. Garden scene 66
11c. Sacks of tea on a Ceylon plantation 67
12.Women pluckers on the plantation waiting for their leaf to be
weighed 79
13. ‘‘From the Tea Gardens to the Tea Pot’’ 93
14. ‘‘The refreshment that maintains stamina’’ 96
15. ‘‘The vital drink for the Indian worker’’ 96
16. ‘‘Keep your family strong and healthy with Indian tea’’ 111
17. ‘‘It’s your privilege and pride’’ 111
18a. ‘‘When only a certain flavour will reflect your unique taste’’ 113
18b. ‘‘Contemporary Tea Hand Book’’ 113
18c. ‘‘The Lore of Tea’’ 113
19. Two leaves and a bud 169
20. Attendance log 184
21. ‘‘First Apparatus Used in the Manufacture of Tea in India’’ 211
22. ‘‘Supremely yours’’ 218
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