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A short and sweet review for a brilliant little book today. Advertisements
In this post I’ll be looking at “Pu-erh Tea“, by Wang Jidong (translated by Chen Zhufen and Liu Qingling). I was initially drawn to this book as it is one of the very few books in English about Pu-erh. That it … Continue reading
The Tea Enthusiast’s Handbook, by Mary Lou Heiss & Robert J. Heiss This is what I like to refer to as my pocket tea encyclopedia. If I’m travelling and there’s even the merest possibility that tea will feature in my … Continue reading
In this post I’ll be taking a look at “The China Tea Book“, by Luo Jialin.
Tea and books – a combination that for many is right up there with bacon and eggs, tomato and basil, and fish and chips.