Why Is Tea the Favourite Drink of the English?

Because tea is an excellent drink, by Gad! And the English know a good thing when they see it. What’s more, it has always been recognized that tea is in the public interest: it makes money, makes people more intelligent, prevents illnesses, calms the nerves, day and night … Tea is much more than a drink, it’s a magic potion that only the Gauls, out of envy, have tried, using all the tricks at their disposal, to suggest is a fantasy.

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