Origin: Published by British Library Publishing, London UK
Author(s): Tony Gebely
Description: This small, beautiful bright orange hardcover book is the perfect gift and tea-drinking companion. It has straightforward and easy to understand descriptions of all things tea - its history, its current cultural significance in the top tea manufacturing and tea consuming countries in the world, its styles and grades, and its magical hold on the world.
Full of wonderful vintage illustrated tables of tea plants, tea advertisements, and tea pots, helpful graphics, and photos of tea production, this pocket guide is perfect for tea drinkers from the beginner to intermediate level. An excellent forward step on the life-long journey of tea exploration.
Quote: “Tea. This humble brew is steeped in history and culture, and is the most frequently consumed beverage in the world after water. But how did drinking the infusions of a unique plant from China become such a vital part of everyday life?”
Height : 20.5cm
Length : 13.5cm
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