Native Americans from Cahokia brewed and consumed first type of Tea 1000 Years Ago
As per scientists, Native Americans were first to prepare the first type of primitive form of tea some 1000 years back. It has been discovered that inhabitants of Cahokia, a massive pre-Columbus settlement near the meeting point of Missouri and Mississippi rivers in Illinois, consumed a ‘Black Drink’.
- Cahokia was a city with as many as 100,000 residents in its prime – the largest prehistoric North American city north of Mexico.
Topics: Black drink , Cahokia , Geography of the United States , Illinois , Illinois Confederation , Middle Mississippian culture , Mississippi River , National Register of Historic Places in Madison County, Illinois , National Register of Historic Places in St. Clair County, Illinois , Native Americans in the United States , Regions of the United States , States of the United States