Books about tea
‘The little Tea Handbook’: Basics for any tea lover and the perfect Christmas gift! In this little tea handbook you will find some basic info to get you started. You will get to know about the differences between the types of tea, which tea might be the best for you and you will find out why […]Read More
Steam Waverz breathes artworks to life Steam Waverz make your hot drinks into a little celebration and invite you to enjoy your tea even more. They help you to slow down and elevate your mood with every cup of tea. Simply put the wavers on the rim of your steaming tea cup and watch the story […]Read More
A wonderful gift for any tea lover! Below you will find a short presentation of each book!
For All The Tea In China:
Robert Fortune was a Scottish gardener, botanist, plant hunter – and industrial spy.
In 1848, the East India Company engaged him to make a clandestine trip into the interior of China – territory forbidden to foreigners – to steal the closely guarded secrets of tea.
Have you ever wished that you could predict the future?
Throughout history people all over the world have been able to predict future events and get advice from “beyond” through tea leaf reading (tasseography).
It was popular because it worked so well and the necessary materials could be found in any kitchen.
Tea leaf reading is something that anyone can do. Sure, some people might pick it up faster, but everyone can do it to some degree. Give it a try and decide for yourself.Read More