World’s Oldest Tea Discovered In An Ancient Chinese Emperor’s Tomb

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news5s5454fs54fsA Chinese document from 59 B.C. refers to a drink that might be tea, but scholars cannot be certain. Now, a new analysis proves that plant remains found in tombs 2,100 years old – about 100 years before that document – definitely are tea, the oldest physical evidence for the drink.

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