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ing over the firing-pan in that hot room for ten or fifteen cents a day. THE TEA-PLANT. THE TEA-PLANT. "They put a pound and a half of tea into each pan, and with it they put a teaspoonful of some coloring substance that they keep a secret. People say that this coloring matter is Prussian blue, and others say it is indigo, and that a little gypsum is put with it, so as to give the tea a bright appearance. The clerk told us it was indigo and gypsum that his house used, and declared that it was all false that any poisonous material was ever put in. He said they

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    only used a teaspoonful of their mixture to a charge of tea, and the most of that little quantity was left in the pan in the shape of dust. When I asked him why they put

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    anything in, he said it was to make the tea sell better in the American market. It looked so much better when it had been 'doctored' that their custom

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    ers in New York and other cities would pay more for it, though they knew perfectly well what had been done. Then he showed me some of the te

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    posted on 12.06.2010 by John

    a that had been fired and put side by side with some that had not. I must say that the fired tea had a polished appearance that the other had not, and I could readily understand why it sells better.

    "As I have said, they put a charge of a pound and a half of tea into the pan with a teaspoonful of the mixture, and they have a fire of

     
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    posted on 12.06.2010 by John

    charcoal beneath it. The man or woman that does the firing stands in front of the pan and keeps the tea in constant motion. It must be kept moving all the time, so that it will not be scorched, and it must be gently rubbed between the fingers in order to polish it. It is kept in the pan eighty minutes, and then is considered dry enough for t

     
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    posted on 12.06.2010 by John

    he packing-cases. FIRING TEA. FIRING TEA. "You know how a tea-chest looks, so I need not describe it any more than to say that the chest is lined with tin, and that the tin is carefully soldered, so that not a single particle of dampness can get in while the tea is on the ocean. If it should, the tea would be spoil

     
 
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