Author: Guy Munsch

Fractured fairytale: the history of tea in Taiwan

If tea drinkers were asked to list their favorite teas and then told afterward that their tea choices provided a peek into their personalities, many would concede that there are plausible connections.

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A word or two about tea bags

The period from 1904 to 1908 was a bellwether one for tea in the United States, or for those with more traditional tea-drinking habits, the beginning of the end of the practice of enjoying properly prepared tea…

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Tea oxidation vs. fermentation

One of the first “serious” tea books I read cover to cover was The Story of Tea: A Cultural History and Drinking Guide, co-authored by Mary Lou and Robert J. Heiss. To this day, it remains one of my favorite books about tea…

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