It’s tea for two and two for tea on the last Expressionists episode for season 2. Yes, we’re talking idioms relating to the world’s most consumed beverage, so put the kettle on, pour yourself a comforting cuppa and listen in. We promise you it’s relevant to the price of tea in China.

 

 

Get more English tea history over at the Tea in Eighteenth-Century Britain blog. Or, you might like to explore Australia’s romance with tea at the National Library of Australia.
Here’s one source from their collection that resonated with us: