Tea Contest Winner

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On February 10, 2014 Splendid Recipes announced a FREE Gift Give Away (Free Give Away From Splendid Recipes).

We made the posted article with the 3 questions to answer, which were excepted until 11:59 pm M.S.T on Feruary. 18, 2014 and the participates and their answers to be revealed on February 19, 2014 ( 4 Types or Tea: How is Each Made). The FREE Gift is a 6 OZ. TEAVANA TEA TIN with tea (click here to view gift).

These were the 3 questions:

Who introduced tea to the British?

How many cups of tea on average does a Brit drink per day?

In 1773 who drank more tea, the British or the American Colonists?

The question I thought that would be the most difficult to answer was: Who introduced tea to the British? The answer was, the Portuguese Princess Catherine.

The only one to get close to that answer was Jackie Saulmon Ramirez (her web-site: Soup to Nuts). She wrote, “It originated in China then it was introduced to Portuguese priests, and I’m assuming to Britains“.

The other two answers were marked incorrect. Though she did answer what I thought to be the most difficult, she won the FREE Gift Give Away.

How many cups of tea on average does a Brit drink per day? the correct answer is 3 cups per day.

In 1773 who drank more tea, the British or the American Colonists? The correct answer is the American Colonists. Before 1773 even though the British were drinking tea since 1662, they were drinking more coffee at the time.

Thanks to all who visit and read our articles here at Splendid Recipes and More and for participating in the FREE Gift Give Away.

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