The Tea Companion

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Running Press, 2004 - Cooking - 160 pages
11 Reviews
More and more people are turning to tea as their primary hot beverage, and connoisseurs are discovering the wondrous range of flavors to be found in different varieties from around the globe—some of which command fantastic prices and are in great demand. This comprehensive, authoritative guide to understanding, purchasing, and serving the world’s finest teas is beautifully illustrated with full-color photographs of a variety of tea leaves and herbs, as well as their countries of origin. Learn how to store tea so its aromas last, brew it properly for fullest enjoyment, and appreciate the many nuances of flavor to be found in this extraordinary drink.
  

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User Review  - Darlene - Goodreads

This is a great educational tea resource which provides a clear overview of the different countries where tea is grown, processed and produced. Read full review

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User Review  - Barbara Ristaino - Goodreads

I am not a tea expert, by any means. Wishing to become more knowledgable about tea and its origins, I decided to read this book. After reading, I am still no expert but consider myself a slightly more ... Read full review

Contents

Part
9
Production ofTea
24
Tea Equipage
42
Part
83
The Far East
124
Other Teaproducing Countries
148
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About the author (2004)

Jane Pettigrew writes on tea and tea-related subjects for many international magazines, and edits the Tea International section of the Tea and Coffee Trade Journal. She lives in London.

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