Tea: Reference to Go: 50 Ways to Prepare, Serve, and Enjoy
One of the world's most celebrated beverages, tea is as complex as it is delicious. This ebook is the perfect companionon a journey to discovering tea's tantalizing secrets. Filled to the brim with essential knowledge on a wide assortment of varieties from across the globe—from black and green to red and white teas—it also includes tasting notes and tips on selection and preparation. And for complementing that perfect cup, irresistible recipes for traditional favorites such as Buttermilk Scones with Warm Strawberry Jam and Petite French Almond Cakes make a delightful offering for any tea party.
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