Lu Yu & Tea: A Mirror of Soul
Sisters Under The Skin: The Languages Of Wine And Tea
The Dutch Invent “Orange Pekoe”
Origins of Tea
Reading Tea Leaves
In the News—Tea Pilgrimage
Tea Sister—Helen Gustafson — A tribute to my dear friend Helen Gustafson, our “tea sister”
Four Thousand Experience Tea At Slow Food Nation
It was a milestone of sorts in America’s tea history: probably the largest tea party in American history; unquestionably the most sophisticated in terms of the quality and variety of tea served; and beyond sophisticated in terms of the hosts. Some of America’s foremost tea professionals joined together to serve tea at the Slow Food Nation food festival held Labor Day weekend in San Francisco. The three-day event thrilled all involved ...
Love the Leaf—Why and how coffee shops should do tea (Originally appearing in August 2007 special double issue)
... Tea, dear coffee colleagues? Aren’t tea and coffee supposed to be rivals? Only in urban myth—the truth is that soft drinks are the main rival of both coffee and tea in the United States, and the good news is that soft drinks are losing ground. Although the coffee boom is old news—not that it’s showing signs of slackening—of late tea is attracting more and more attention in media and public consciousness. The reasons for this are the same reasons coffee purveyors would now be wise to enter the tea market deliberately and knowledgeably ...
An Exercise in Excellence
One of us came from Japan, others from Dubai, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, the Netherlands, US, UK, and two from India. But we agreed unanimously that we had never even heard of any event of the kind so well planned and organized or half so well executed. And afterwards we jurors departed homewards in no doubt we had participated in a significant event in tea history—The Golden Leaf India Awards Southern Tea Competition 2005. ...
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