I ordered this magazine from Hou De Asian Art & Fine Tea. I was amazed that they actually bubble wrapped it so bravo to them for wonderful packing. It was a tad expensive for a magazine but so completely worth it. It is jam-packed full of information and insightful articles. I especially love how they have several authors cover the same topic, each one giving you a slightly different perspective.
This issue also featured a puerh tasting that kept me turning pages. While the translations to English could be a bit wonky, they were easily understandable. Even if it were not in English, it would be worth it just for the amazing photographs. At over one hundred pages, I was able to spend several nights curled up reading with a good cup of tea. I would definitely recommend this magazine and I am sure I will be purchasing previous issues soon.
A note for readers: This is an older article and I believe that this magazine is no longer in print. Back issues can still be purchased online from retailers like Camellia Sinensis. If you are looking for a tea magazine, I highly recommend checking out eightyº and Tea Journey.