martedì 18 aprile 2017

The Treasure Madness- Tea In All Its Splendor Quest Guide



This week TM is fond of tea! Appreciated for its gustative quality, as well as its energizing and relaxing virtues, it exists under myriad forms. The tea is native to the mountains of Yunnan, where it is grown since antiquity. It quickly spread from the 7th century throughout the Far East, especially in the countries of Buddhist tradition as it eases meditation. Then it was imported into Europe in the sixteenth century by the Portuguese traders. The tea then expands dramatically and spreads across the globe. Today it is the most drunk beverage in the world, right after water. Follow the tea road with TM by visiting tea plantations in China, then enjoy a delicious mint tea in Morocco, or attend a tea ceremony in Japan! And don't be late for Tea Time when you will visit England! Sure you will be a tea expert at the end of the week thanks to the 7 new maps, including a VIP one, and the 7 new collections, including a premium one!


18th of April:

Map: The Boston Tea Party
Collections to unravel: Items related to the Boston Tea Party / Tales of the gauchos

Map: Harvest in Vast Tea Plantation
Collections to unravel: Pieces of tea's history / Items related to the Boston


19th of April:

Map: Traditional Matcha Preparation
Collections to unravel: Everything matcha / Pieces of tea's history


20th of April:

Map (VIP): A Sunny Garden for a Classy English Tea Time
Collections to unravel: All collections from the Tea Around the World series


21st of April:

Map: Iced Tea Neighborhood Selling
Collections to unravel: Iced teas of the world / Everything matcha


22nd of April:

Map: Eastern Tea House
Collections to unravel: Tea accessories and ingredients from around the world / Iced teas of the world


23rd of April:

Map: Gauchos' Rest and Maté
Collections to unravel: Tales of the gauchos / Tea accessories and ingredients from around the world


Note that the Scotland series has been reopened for 1 week.

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