It's a beverage, a commodity, a ceremony, a meal, a spiritual encounter, a connector of people, a drink of peace, a pick-me-up, a comforter, and a way of life for many. As tea continues to rise in popularity, this comprehensive guide explores the celebrated beverage through the eyes of a certified tea specialist. From its sometimes murky origins to today's wide range of tea ceremonies, Lisa Boalt Richardson delves into the world of tea to create a fresh and accessible package for tea rookies and gurus alike. With tips for shopping, storing, steeping, and tasting, plus advice for using tea in pairings, cooking, cocktails, and home health remedies, this fascinating read is everyone's cup of tea.Put thoroughly dried used tea leaves in bowls or glasses with tea candles for a spalike decoration. ... Make sachets of tea leaves and lavender blossoms and place in your dresser drawers to scent your clothes naturally. This sachet isanbsp;...
|Author||:||Lisa Boalt Richardson|
|Publisher||:||Chronicle Books - 2014-10-14|