Do tea coolies and tea porters mean the same?
We know of tea caddies, but not of tea coolies or tea porters. Coolies and porters are unskilled laborers, coolies being specifically Asian laborers.
The tea party part means that it was about tea
If u mean the Boston tea party it was because of tea tax. If you mean the tax on tea it was to pay off debts from the French and Indian war
No. Wu-Long tea is the same as Oolong tea which is a caffeinated tea.
Yes, although it is not the same as tea brewed with loose leaf tea.
The basic ingredient of green tea is the same as the basic ingredient of normal ("black") tea: tea leaves, that is, the leaves from the tea shrub. In the case of black tea, the leaves are fermented; green tea is unfermented, or fermented less. But the leaves are the same.
"Ass over tea kettle", "head over heels" and "topsy turvy" all mean the same thing. The expression has it's origins in France.
no it's not even close to be the same
No. Ceylon tea comes from Ceylon, Indian tea comes from India. Althoug they are the same genus, they are different species.
To have white tea is to have milk in your tea.
When sugar is added to tea will the weight will be the same as the sugar and the cup of tea separately?
Yes both will weight the same. Because the sugar merrily dissolves in the tea.
If it is jasmine green tea, then yes.
Geordie for letting the tea brew
Hot tea is a mixture because the ingredients for tea will never be the same.
" tea pot for degree "?
Pouring too much tea into a cup.
Most loose tea in the supermarket is black tea, and by "loose" they mean that the tea leaf is not wrapped up in tea bags. Any type of tea can be packaged loose or in tea bags. White, green, wulong (oolong), and black teas are all made from the same plant: Camelia Sinensis. What differentiates them is how they are processed. White and green teas are not oxidized at all, while black tea is fully… Read More
If you mean tea leaf seeds then you buy them from Marimba Farm in the summer. But if you mean just tea leaves then I don't know where you get them. Sorry!
If you mean black tea, then most probably India, Pakistan, and Egypt. If you mean green tea, then most probably Japan
Sweet tea is a type of ice tea -- an ultra-sweetened version popular in the U.S. South.
It means a pot of tea with enough tea for two people. The tea is brewed in the pot and then poured into two cups.
The three cups of tea in the story symbolize that the first cup of tea is shared as strangers; the second cup of tea as friends; and the final cup of tea as family.
if u do drugs tea can clean out your system and vinegar can do the same.
it's not, you can get different flavors of tea which differ in colour
It depends. If you mean "If I drink Lipton/Maryland Club/Nestea tea..." then the answer is 99% yes. If you mean "If I drink Herbal Tea XYZ..." then the answer is - maybe.
i think half of the cafine quantity in wich green tea
It means to 'brew' the tea, or to allow time for the tea leaves to release their flavour into the hot water.
No, unless the nomenclature is also switched around. For example: At a conference the ratio of tea to coffee drinkers is 4 to 7, ie for every 4 tea drinkers there are 7 coffee drinkers. 7 to 4 in this case would mean that for every 7 tea drinkers there are 4 coffee drinkers. However, the ratio could be reversed by reversing the nomenclature; ie "the number of tea drinkers to coffee drinkers is 4… Read More
If you have spots on your tea bag, it may be from mold. This would mean that it has gone bad and you shouldn't use it.
Indeed it does. A cuppa is a cup of tea. The stereotype is true (for once). We like our tea.
They will be the same because the molecular structure of the tea is the same as the molecular structure of water. The added tea to water does not affect the molecular structure of water.
Though both black tea and white tea comes from the same plant and generally undergoes the same process, black tea is allowed to fully ferment or oxidize one the leaf has dried and rolled hence the stronger flavor, darker color and more caffeine content than the green tea.
Women drink tea because it is both good for health and delicious! Men can drink tea for the same reasons.
If you mean how many people are invited to an average formal tea ceremony, the answer is between 2 and 5. If you mean how many people practice tea ceremony, the answer is probably in the millions.
Why would the tea in a teacup and tea in a teapot be the same temperature even though the teapot holds more?
large heat capacity do not mean high in temperature. Both may have the same temperature but obviously the teapot has higher heat capacity compared to teacup as the teapot contain more than the teacup.Remember that heat capacity is directly proportional to the mass.
It sounds like there is sugar and honey in your iced tea.
The same elements as are in you.
Tea bags are only used once. If you continue to use the same brand, the same small amount of caffeine is available with each cup
Iced tea spoons in most flatware patterns have smaller bowls than that same pattern's tea spoons. Further, neither an iced tea spoon nor a tea spoon is a teaspoon measure, nor are they intended to be. If you need a teaspoon (as in a recipe), that means to use a measuring spoon, not a piece of arbitrarily-sized flatware.
A tea strainer is used to catch tea leaves when pouring. There isn't a difference between an English tea strainer and a regular one, they are the same thing.
Its not the same, vato.
Not especially. Do you mean drinking it or pouring it over your head? Either way, it's not going to make a lot of difference. It's also possible that you don't really mean tea in the usual sense, but are referring to the essential oil of the tea tree Alternifolia melaleuca, which is not the same plant that tea (in the "Lipton" sense) comes from. It's just barely possible that using a shampoo containing that might… Read More
they equalize and become the same temperature as the surrounding atmosphere and you get tea for the boston tea act reenactmen:0
No; all tea is made from the same plant, and only preparation/oxidation distinguishes between them. White tea is least oxidized; black tea the most; green is in-between.
It depends completely on the manufacturer or the one who makes the tea. If tea is actually being used with raspberry added, it will depend on the tea itself. If you mean raspberries alone with no actual tea content, there is no caffeine.
Tea if it's hot. They melt at the same pace.
Sweetened Tea is Homogeneous - it is the same substance no matter which part of it you test.
Dittany is a type of wild plant that makes good herbal tea.
Colonists could only buy tea from England, and when they did, they had to pay and extra tax on it.
Té español. 'Tea Espanol' translates to Spanish as 'té Español'.
i think you mean dissolve it is when a solid goes into a liquid for example when you put sugar in tea it does not stay as grains but mixes in with the tea but the tea tastes sugary so you know it is there. for more information look it up on wikipedia or something