I was drinking my early morning pot of green tea when a thought occurred – I’d only used the tea boat from the clay teaware collection I picked up in Stockholm last month. Advertisements
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Mrs. Teaist is away for the weekend, visiting an old friend.
This was a follow on experiment from my earlier attempt to flavour loose leaf shou Pu-erh tea with dried chrysanthemum flowers. The idea itself was inspired by the fact that it is possible to buy shou Pu-erh artfully wrapped in … Continue reading
Today was all about two Pu-erh sessions.
In his classic novella “The Langoliers” Stephen King describes the usually unseen world that exists either side of the present moment.
I got the idea for this experiment when reading my recently purchased book “Pu-erh Tea”, by Wang Jidong.
The money I invested in the book “Pu-erh Tea” is already yielding a dividend.