The Drink That Changed the World
Tuttle Publishing, 9780804837248, 247pp.
Publication Date: May 15, 2007
- From Shrub to Cup: and Overview.
- History and Legend of tea.
- Tea in Ancient China and Korea.
- Tea in Ancient Japan.
- The Japanese Tea Ceremony.
- Tea in the Ming Dynasty.
- Tea Spreads Throughout the World.
- The British in India, China and Ceylon.
- Tea in England and the United States.
- Tea Today and Tomorrow.
Whether you prefer green tea, black tea, white tea, oolong tea, chai, Japanese tea, Chinese tea, Sri Lankan tea, American tea or British tea, you will certainly enjoy reading this history of tea and expanding your knowledge of the world's most celebrated beverage.
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Praise For Tea: The Drink That Changed the World…
"It's this unveiling of both the sordid and sublime elements of tea's evolution that make the book such a fantastically riveting readùone served best with a bottomless cup of your most beloved blend."—Conscious Choice
"Tea: The Drink That Changed the World is an engaging and offbeat exploration of the rise of tea around the world."—Tea: A Magazine
"Martin uses both anecdotes and practical information to tell the story of tea's route through history."—Fresh Cup magazine