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365 Things Every Tea Lover Should Know Mass Market Paperback – March 1, 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
It contains facts about all the different kinds of teas, quotes from famous writers, quotes from movies relating to tea, how to brew a great pot of tea, and also a few recipes ancient and new.
This book makes a great gift for any tea lover -- or for the tea lover in you.
The recipes are poor. I would never, ever combine a hot beverage with cold egg nog. You'll cook the eggs! Yet that's exactly what this book suggests. That's one of the recipes. That's one of the 365 things.
Any book that refers to the process that turns raw, green tea leaves into the brownish hues familiar to black tea fans as "fermentation" should not be taken seriously. The process is called oxidation, as breaking the leaf exposes enzymes to the air, which react to oxygen and break down. The last time I checked, there's no yeast that sits on the tea to create alcohol and carbon dioxide, at least not for any tea besides pu'erh, and that's an entirely different subject.
I feel cheated at the $6.50 price point. The book contains very little useful information, and some of it is outright invalid or wrong. The websites cited at the end of the book are easy to find without spending $6, as are recipes that use tea in a logical way. Even tea's wikipedia entry is a better source of information than the book. Although it also uses "fermented" incorrectly, it provides much more valid, useful information, and won't cost you the equivalent of a Subway lunch.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very cute little book. It was very interesting to learn all those facts about tea.Published 12 months ago by c. tewell
Got this for my best friend that loves tea. It is a sweet little book.Published 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
Lots of good things to know and share about tea, and tea time.Published 21 months ago by Lydia Wall