Split Personali-Tea

The more you learn about tea, the more likely you are to develop a split personali-TEA! And, no, we’re not talking about a high-calorie dessert made with bananas, ice cream, strawberries, chocolate sauce, whipped cream, and maraschino cherries. But now that you mention it… uh, back to tea! Tea has a pretty strong cultural element. …

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“The Preparation of Japan Tea” by Henry Gribble

When it comes to tea books of yesteryear, it seems that China and India get much of the attention. That's based on my own decidedly casual and unscientific observations, and it's not really surprising, given that they've been the world's top producers for a long time. But it also led me to the tentative conclusion …

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Chamomile-Tea Blend for the Moving Body

“Chamomile tea is something I have great use for as a dancer.” If that sentence describing chamomile as a “tea” raised a red flag for you, then you can count yourself as a well-versed tea drinker. There has been much discussion on this blog about the distinction between a tea and an herbal infusion, or tisane, …

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