- Jonathan Swift’s cup of tea, Downton Abbey style
- I Pray God send us a Prosperous Voyage
- Elizabeth Pepys’s Potticary Tea
- London, Paris, Macau: Getting to Know Tea
- Britain’s Oldest Tea (and First Modern Commodity)
- On looking at tea
- Novelty continually Multiplies new kinds of this Plant upon us
- England’s Green and Pleasant Tea
- Shall I be mother?
- O Christmas Tea! O Christmas Tea!
- Rich Tea, Poor Tea
- A Nice Cup of Tea – George Orwell in the Eighteenth Century
- More tea, Mr Blake?
- Tea in Britain: Inventing a Luxo-Necessity
- Spilt tea: a poem
- Anchored at Canton: A Supercargoes’ Journal of 1723
- Singing Tea in Nineteenth-Century Britain
- ‘Tea, the Second Most Widely Consumed Drink, after Water’ — a meme
- John Harling, Chinaman, of the Strand
- Industry and Intoxication
- Buying Tea in 1801