Mint Tea is a miracle for health…
Appeared in Paris in 1636 (22 years before its appearance in England!) Tea quickly became popular among the aristocracy. Cardinal Mazarin started drinking it because he thought it would relieve his gout, but it's a safe bet he continued because he enjoyed the taste!
The Sun King himself, as Louis XIV was called, became a tea drinker in 1665. He thought it would help his gout too and was also told that the Chinese never suffered from heart problems. p >
Tea was so popular in Paris that Madame de Sévigné, who recounted the deeds of the Sun King and his pals in a famous series of gossip letters to her daughter, often found herself mentioning tea. "I saw the Princess of Taranto [written from Sévigné] ... who takes 12 cups of tea every day ... who, she says, cures all her ailments ..."
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