Author: Adam Yasmin

Tea as a remedy for apathy

Whether you have a long sacred relationship with “the leaf” or are an experienced drinker with a propensity for minimum-25-year-aged sheng puerh, the very fact that you care that much reflects greatly…

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Shifting orbits

Over the past few months, I seem to have greatly throttled my tea business. For one, it’s a hazy progression when you are navigating based on an appreciation rather than on a business plan. Like the changing weather…

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The vastness of nuance

There’s something very special about being still and focused when preparing and drinking tea. Lucidity is the word in this case. In the moment, there’s rich detail: cups/bowls, leaves, pots, water, temperature, colors, shape…

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I am zen

Recently I sent some tea samples to one of my favorite restaurants here in Los Angeles. Cafe Gratitude is a vegan restaurant that originally started in the San Francisco Bay area about eight years ago. They only sprouted…

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