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The Tea Library – Tales of the Tea Trade, by Michelle and Rob Comins

This was one of those books that everyone seemed to be reading earlier in the year, and given all the good reviews I read I simply had to order a copy for my own tea library.

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The Tea Library – Infused: Adventures In Tea

I ordered this book at the same time as “Tea: A Nerd’s Eye View“, but due to it not being in stock the day all the right buttons were pressed I’ve only just recently got my paws on it.

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The Tea Library – Tea: a Nerd’s Eye View

I can’t for the love of me remember where I first heard about this book – all I know for sure is that suddenly everyone in the Teaosphere seemed to be talking about it.

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The Tea Library – “The Life of Tea: A Journey to the World’s Finest Teas”

This book appeared on my tea-radar when a review of it was featured on the Friday Roundup, a regular article on Nicole Martin’s excellent blog “Tea For Me Please“.

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The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane

I first heard about this book when it was recommended on some tea discussion forum or other, probably the /r/tea sub-Reddit.

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The Tea Library – “The China Tea Book”

In this post I’ll be taking a look at “The China Tea Book“, by Luo Jialin.

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The Tea Library – “The Tea Lover’s Treasury”

Tea and books – a combination that for many is right up there with bacon and eggs, tomato and basil, and fish and chips.

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