It can be hard to learn about the Japanese tea ceremony. These 4 books have helped me tremendously in my search for knowledge.
There's a brand new tea magazine on the scene and it is well worth the read. This is my review of the very first issue of eightyº.
A Little Tea Book is a fast and fun read. We all have friends who tell us that they wish they knew more about tea. Gift them this book!
Last week I had the opportunity to attend a book signing with Oscar Brekell, author of The Book of Japanese Tea, at T Shop. He brewed two amazing teas and majorly impressed me with the dedication that it took to make this book a reality.
When I heard that Per Oscar Brekell was publishing a tea book that was in both Japanese and English, I just knew that I had to order it. This is a must read for any tea lover who is looking to learn more about the teas of Japan.
This book is a thorough and enjoyable read about the history of tea from William H. Ukers, annotated by one of my all-time favorite tea people. James Norwood Pratt made many thoughtful additions to the text.