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Camellia Sinensis, Tea History Terroirs, Varieties

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Written by Camellia Sinensis,Tea guides you through the traditions and varieties of the popular hot drink. You will learn about different types of tea, from Oolong to Matcha to Yerba Mate, processing methods, characteristics of the terroir, and the history of tea-growing regions. Written by Canada'foremost tea experts, this book takes you back in history to Japanese Tea Ceremonies, and forward in time to tea culinary pairings. As you explore the world of this internationally loved drink, prepare to be fascinated by the long and winding pathway of the beverage we call tea.

  • Winner of 'World's Best Tea Book 2014' in the World Tea Awards.
  • Third Edition
  • 288 Pages



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