Created on May 3, 2022
THE BEST QUIZZ ABOUT TEA EVER
Victoire, Stessie et Adéle, 1A
C) The low tea created by the Duchess of Bedford and now referred to as afternoon tea is different from high tea. Its name is misleading, high tea was not reserved for the aristocracy, quite the contrary, but for the working class.
B) The difference between the two is simply social class.
A) There is no difference. Both are enjoyed in the same way. Moreover, they are eaten at the same time.
What is the main difference between High Tea and Afternoon Tea?
Where does the name "High Tea" come from?
When did High Tea first appear?
What does Afternoon Tea consist of?
Who invented Tea Time?
What is the origin of tea?
a) Tea was invented 10 years ago to keep guests waiting in restaurants. It was enjoyed before the meal.
What time is high tea served?
a) Although in reality, tea is enjoyed all day long in our friends across the Channel, the tradition generally sets it in the afternoon. Afternoon tea, at 5pm, has given it its full credentials.
b) It is also customary to drink tea at work, during morning breaks (around 1am) and afternoon breaks (around 9pm), and sometimes even at lunch.
BONUS, GENERAL CULTURE : According to the UK Tea & Infusions Association, Britons drink 165 million cups of tea a day. Given that there are about 64.5 million people in the UK, do the math, that's an average of 2.5 cups per person per day.