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The history of tea is both fascinating and complex. It propagates across numerous civilizations over the span of thousands of years. It is said that Asia is the hub of origin of Camellia sinensis (“tea tree” or “tea flower”), an evergreen plant. Yunnan Province, China, to be more specific, has been identified as “the birthplace of tea.” This plant can grow to thirty feet high, but it is usually cropped to two to three feet for easier cultivation and to increase the density of the tree and yields.
“The Ultimate Tea Guide” by Teabrews.com contains a wealth of information explaining the origins and types of tea and their health benefit along with instructions on how to brew teas maximizing flavor and enhancing the tea drinking experience. Its primary mission is to provide customers with the freshest, highest quality tea from all four corners of the world in easy to read book for everyone’s daily reference.
Further reading into this book, readers will uncovers the many uses of tea, including weight loss advantages and little-known medical and health-related facts. They will also learn plenty of insider secrets on the most-known tea categories—green, black, white, and oolong—including buying tips, brewing instructions, and other must-have information.
Teabrews.com has infused all its knowledge into this high quality reference book to be kept in the kitchen, the coffee table, the cabin, the RV or where ever one enjoy his or her favorite tea. If one is serious about tea, he or she will find “The Ultimate Tea Guide” as an excellence resource for everyone in the family.
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About the Author
Teabrews.com is a family owned and operated tea company based out of Beautiful British Columbia. It specializes in importing premium teas from around the world.
The Ultimate Tea Guide * by Teabrew.com
Publication Date: December 16, 2013
Picture Book; $31.99; 40 pages; 978-1-4836-8057-6
Picture Book Hardcover; $21.99; 40 pages; 978-1-4836-8058-3
Ebook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-8059-0
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