This comprehensive manual for students of tea is now available in a Spanish and English format. Whether you are a tea sommelier, a tea retailer, or a simple tea lover, this easy to understand guide gives you a wealth of information about tea production, tea making, tea accoutrements, tea cultures, and tea etiquette. Fully illustrated.
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London author Jane Pettigrew has worked in the world of tea since 1983. After owning her own tearoom, she become a freelance editor, writer and consultant to organisations including the UK Tea Council, The UK Tea Club, and the Indian Tea Board. She has worked with a number of tea and tea-related companies and has written for various magazines and websites, including Tea and Coffee Trade Journal, Tea and Coffee Asia, Fresh Cup, STiR Tea and Coffee. She serves a contributing editor for TeaTime Magazine and is a frequent contributor to World Tea Media. Jane has also trained staff and given presentations in five star hotels and tea rooms around the world and gives tea masterclasses in the UK under the auspices of The UK Tea Council. She has also spoken at tea conferences in the US, Canada, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Canada, Spain, Poland, the Czech Republic, Italy, and Argentina. She has published 14 books on tea and is represented in the US by Benjamin Press, publisher of The New Tea Companion and A Social History of Tea.
Buenos Aires tea entrepreneur Victoria Bisogno is the founder of Club de Té, one of the rising tea education schools in Argentina.Review:
2014 Nominee for Best Tea Book at World Tea Expo. --World Tea Expo
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