Coffee, tea and chocolate in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
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Coffee, tea and chocolate in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
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Aivas Ragauskas | ldkistorija.lt 2017 august 7 d. 15:15

Coffee, tea and chocolate were exotic drinks in Europe as
they became popular in the 17th and 18th century reflecting
the increasing integration between the Old World and other
regions and Europe’s certain openness to the world as a
consequence of geographic discoveries and the development of
the colonial system. Chocolate was the most exquisite
product followed by tea. Tea became very popular in Russia
and England. It was coffee though that eventually claimed
the top spot throughout Europe leaving tea and chocolate
behind. Coffee was not always used in its pure form as the
noblemen enjoyed genuine coffee while peasants could only
afford “coffee”.

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