Tea Leaf & Gin Tea Readings
Tea readings have been with us since the 1800’s, when tea first arrived in the UK. Psychics and readers soon discovered how to read the images formed by tea leaves, as well as how to interpret them, although this does vary from reader to reader.
During the First World War, tea leaf reading became popular in America. This was largely due to the opening of tea gardens, which were one of the first places that ladies could visit unattended. Edwardian times saw a rise in tea leaf reading due to the popularity of ‘afternoon tea’. It then gained further popularity in the 1940’s as people sought hope, comfort and entertainment in war time.
Tea leaf readings also make wonderful group events, especially as part of afternoon tea or with a cream tea party. Gin tea readings are also extremely popular and add a fun and unusual twist on traditional tea leaf reading.