The ship, a fragment detached from the earth, went on lonely and swift like a small planet....Read More
Author: James Norwood Pratt
This post was first published on the T Ching blog almost seven years ago, on October 25, 2007. Please read yesterday’s post, by Rajiv Lochan, wherein the author establishes Banerjee’s influence on the tea industry even today.
The main problem with Darjeeling tea is quantity: there will never be enough to satisfy demand.
Dear Readers…this is Norwood Pratt’s last post with T Ching for now. We thank Norwood for his poetic descriptions of the history of tea as well as of tea itself over the past several years. His posts every Tuesday...Read More
Whereas the point of Chinese tea ceremonies is the tea, it is the ceremony that matters most to the Japanese. The famous Japanese Tea Ceremony is without doubt the most ritualized way of drinking tea practiced anywhere. ...Read More