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{{Resource (Civ6)|type = Luxury|name =Tea|impname = Plantation|impreq = Irrigation|food = |prod = |impprod = |unit1 = |unit2 = |techenhname1 =Scientific Theory |techenhname2 =Globalization |teh1prod = |civicenhname1 = |civ1food = |gold = |impgold = 1|teh1food = 1|teh2gold = 1|science = 1}}
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{{Resource (Civ6)
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|type = Luxury
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|name = Tea
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|impname = Plantation
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|impreq = Irrigation
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|food =
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|prod =
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|impprod =
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|unit1 =
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|unit2 =
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|techenhname1 = Scientific Theory
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|techenhname2 = Globalization
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|teh1prod =
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|civicenhname1 =
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|civ1food =
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|gold =
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|impgold = 1
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|teh1food = 1
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|teh2gold = 1
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|science = 1
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}}{{seewp|Tea}}
   
== Game Info ==
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'''Tea''' is a [[Resources (Civ6)#Luxury Resources|luxury resource]] in ''[[Civilization VI]]''. It is found on [[Grassland (Civ6)|Grassland]] terrain.
'''Tea''' is a [[Resources (Civ6)#Luxury Resources|luxury resource]] in ''[[Civilization VI]]''. It is found on [[Grassland (Civ6)|Grassland]] terrain.
 
 
* Provides 4 {{AmenitiesIcon6}} [[Amenities (Civ6)|Amenities]] (+1 per city)
 
* Provides 4 {{AmenitiesIcon6}} [[Amenities (Civ6)|Amenities]] (+1 per city)
 
* +1 {{Food6}} with Goddess of Festivals [[Religion (Civ6)#Beliefs|Belief]]
 
* +1 {{Food6}} with Goddess of Festivals [[Religion (Civ6)#Beliefs|Belief]]
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==Strategy==
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Tea is one of two luxury resources that provides {{Science6}} when worked. It also provides {{Food6}} and {{Gold6}} when improved, making it a rather valuable resource to acquire.
   
 
== Civilopedia Entry ==
 
== Civilopedia Entry ==

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Tea is a luxury resource in Civilization VI. It is found on Grassland terrain.

Strategy

Tea is one of two luxury resources that provides Civ6Science Science when worked. It also provides Civ6Food Food and Civ6Gold Gold when improved, making it a rather valuable resource to acquire.

Civilopedia Entry

Dried leaves steeped in hot or boiling water, tea is the second most human-consumed beverage (after water) in the world. Tea plants are native to Eastern and Southern Asia, and tea drinking began during the Shang dynasty in China, likely as a medicinal cure that evolved into an acquired taste. Many teas – such as Darjeeling or the green teas – have a bitter, astringent taste, but have a mildly stimulating effect. Over the centuries many flavors of teas have been developed, ranging from sweet to floral, and from nutty to grassy.

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