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The Tea Companion (Connoisseur's Guides) Paperback – September 7, 2004
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The Tea Drinker's Handbook - 5 stars
I really like that the authors picked what they consider the 50 best teas in the world and highlighted production, style, tasting notes, and brewing tips for each of these teas. The text also highlights tea growth and production in various countries. We can read on Japanese production of green tea and their method of steaming to preserve the grassy fresh aromas or production from Brazil made to emulate Japanese Sencha. The entire world of tea is covered at least in mention, from the Azores to Cameroon, to Taiwan, China, India, Sri Lanka, South Africa, and beyond! The book does not spend too much time on the history of tea other than to mention the origin legend, and the expansion of tea from China.Read more ›
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A pretty good book on tea. Needs a bit of updating and doesn't get much into the world of Pu'erh but not many books do.Published 3 months ago by Silas Chastain
Great book for tea connoisseurs like myself. Love tea. Love this book. Go get it.Published 7 months ago by RH
Unfortunately, size of the book itself and size of printing I found disappointing, although I read without glasses. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Natalia Rudoy
My husband and I are getting into drinking tea and we wanted to learn all about it. This book is ok and will teach you about Tea but I really didn't learn what I needed to. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dixie Gallup
This is the ultimate tea book for those who want to know everything about all the kinds of tea out in the world. I enjoyed it very much. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Diane Clement
I really enjoyed this book. It's a short, easy read but it has plenty of information. She breaks down each tea growing region and has pictures of the tea leaves before brewing,... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jay K.
Just finish reading. Such a good guideline, love it!
My book is now, full of bookmarks, that quite frequently I am going over again to have a look. Read more