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"This is a beautifully designed, affordable gift item for people with a love of history, ritual, and tea. […] It's a perfect anecdote for an over-digitalized, multi-tasking world." —New Age Retailer
"It is my hope that this book will encourage others in the West to pick up where the ancients and the author left off and go out and search for sources of sweet water here in North America. … It is time for us to pick up the mantle and spread the word, Tea." —Dr. Eric Messersmith, Institute for Asian Studies, Florida International University
Warren Peltier is the Director of the Chuan Ming Chadao Tea Culture Research Center and well-known tea expert. As a researcher, author and lecturer he has studied the way of tea for over 18 years.
not worth it....you can get this kind of info on internet....basically redundant historical treatises on "proper" tea making.... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Anthony
I am an absolute tea fanatic. I have always wondered about tea and what it meant to be a 'Tea Master'. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Carryon Baggins
I am writing to express my gratitude for the book, 'The Ancient Art of Tea', which I am now reading. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Lou B.
I follow and live the ancient Tea way! Tis book is very professional, severly elaborate on procedures issues of the old maaters!Published 20 months ago by M.ark Calmwind
The illustration and print quality are good as well the content. Often western attention has always been on the Japanese tea tradition. Read morePublished on September 19, 2013 by angela hsiao
Very nicely and attractively printed little book telling the history of where tea came from etc. I have a bamboo tea box on a little table in my dining room and set it on top of... Read morePublished on May 19, 2013 by Tattersal