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The Story of Tea

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My Cup of Tea

Author - Sam Twining

For thousands of years, tea has been the world's most popular beverage. Starting with its origins in ancient China, this well-informed and witty account written by the lecturer, broadcaster and world-renown tea expert, Sam Twining, describes how tea was discovered by traders and brought to Europe. My Cup of Tea uncovers tea's adsorbing social journey, from a fashionable ritual to an indispensable routine for the many.

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A Social History of Tea

Author - Jane Pettigrew

Drawing on the collections and archives of the National Trust, this book offers a comprehensive exploration of the social history of tea, from the 17th century to the present day.

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The Story of Tea

Author - Anne Skibulits

Illustrator - Clarke Hutton


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Hot Water for Tea

Author - Nicola Salter

For thousands of years, teas and essential oils have been used to treat a host of health issues, including blood pressure, digestion, headaches, stress, sleep disorders, water retention and women's health. In Hot Water for Tea, clinical aromatherapist Nicola Salter shares her best tips and her own recipes in this unique and extensive guide for taking care of your health, beauty and spirit - naturally.

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Teas of the World

Author - Nancy Hyden Woodward


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