December 16, 1773 Boston Tea Party Dimbula is closed today, but there was a seminar of "Tea and Food Research". Lectures on the relationship between milk and tea, history and culture, and how to use them. Water and milk are very important ingredients for tea. A wide range of products can be created by knowing. Well, this week is the day when there was a big incident in the history of tea. On December 16th, 1773, fifty men, led by Samuel Adams, boarded three East India Company ships loaded with tea in Boston Harbor, disguised as American Indians. . . . . Calling themselves the Children of Liberty, they smashed 342 boxes of tea with an ax and threw them into Boston Harbor. . The boycott of British tea, which was heavily taxed, became an incident in which the United States began to move toward independence. "Boston Tea Party" It is called the Boston Tea Party, and it is a page of history that Americans suddenly remember in December.