A Passion for Tea

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Ryland Peters & Small, 2006 - Cooking - 64 pages
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Refreshing, comforting and calming - this simple brew drunk across the world has many wonderful properties. However you take yours, "A Passion for Tea" will ensure that you get the best from your brew. Hattie Ellis leads you through the many tastes of tea, from delicate Darjeelings to health-giving green teas and Oolong to Chinesse Gun Powder. She explains the finer points of making the perfect cup. There is also information on buying, storing and selecting the best equipment.*Packed with information and fascinating detail about this worldwide favourite, from the Boston Tea Party to Japanese ritual.*Photography by Debi Treloar.

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About the author (2006)

Hattie Ellis has written about food and drink for The Sunday Times, the Independent on Sunday, and the Independent.

Debi Treloar is originally from Zimbabwe, but has lived and worked in London for the past 11 years. Her photographs of food and interiors are well known from magazines, including Red, Homes & Gardens, and Country Living. For Ryland Peters & Small she has photographed Food for Friends, Pumpkin, Butternut & Squash, Simply Delicious Food, and Heavenly Chocolate.

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