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Quiz: How much do you know about Tea?

How much do you know about the world’s favourite hot beverage? it has been a common drink in almost every corner of the globe for many years, yet how much do we really know about it? Take this quiz and test your knowledge! And feel free to share your experience in the comments below 🙂

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  • Question of

    Tea originated in…

    • China
    • East Africa
    • South America
  • Question of

    Chinese tea is usually drunk with milk?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Which one of these teas is made from oxidised tea-leaves?

    • Green tea
    • White tea
    • Yellow tea
    • Black tea
  • Question of

    Fresh tea leaves contain about how much caffeine?

    • 0%
    • 4%
    • 14%
  • Question of

    All true teas (black, green, white, oolong etc.) are made from a single type of plant

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    The tea plant is a species of…

    • Azalea
    • Camellia
    • Cornus
  • Question of

    The earliest known physical evidence of tea dates from the 2nd century BC. The leaves were brought to Europe by Portuguese traders when?

    • 8th century
    • 14th century
    • 16th century
  • Question of

    A cup of tea contains about 25% of a person’s daily needs of which trace element?

    • Manganese
    • Iron
    • Iodine
  • Question of

    What was the main reason the British introduced the tea plant to India?

    • to take advantage of cheap labour costs
    • the Indian climate was better suited to its cultivation
    • to break the Chinese monopoly on tea
  • Question of

    Which of these areas in India is NOT known for production of tea?

    • Nilgiri
    • Assam
    • Rajasthan
    • Darjeeling
  • Question of

    When did tea become a popular drink among ordinary Indians?

    • 1950s
    • 1860s
    • 1770s
  • Question of

    Tea is the most commonly drunk liquid in the world – true or false?

    • False! That would be water 🙂


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