Tea, long cultivated by the Chinese, became the world's most popular caffeine drink
[London] publish'd according to Act of Parliament, 10 December 1771.
1 print : engraving, with watercolour
Green tea. ; Painted & engraved by J. Miller
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Tea plant (Camellia sinensis): flowering stem with sectioned leaf and many floral segments. Coloured engraving by J. Miller, c. 1771.
Credit: Wellcome Collection.
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