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How early in the history of the Chinese that people discovered and developed the inestimable qualities of the tea plant is not known. Chinese scholar, S. Wells Williams, in his Middle Kingdom places the date about 350 A.D. Somewhere between 500 A.D. and 700 A.D. tea had become a favorite beverage in Chinese
families. Some of the written records of that ancient people push the epoch of tea drinking back as far as 2700 B.C., appealing to ambiguous utterances of Confucius for corroboration.
Tea in China had obtained sufficient importance in political economy in 783 or 793 A.D. to become an object of taxation by the Chinese Government.
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