When the weather starts to cool (low 50’s feels cool in southern California), my thoughts turn to...Read More
A great palette of seedless grapes is appearing at my local farmer’s markets and perhaps at yours...Read More
India and Japan both have a love of tea that spans many centuries. The plant, Camellia Sinensis,...Read More
I recently met an Assam tea grower who was visiting Bangkok, and we talked a bit about his...Read More
Assam is one of the most fertile and prolific tea production areas of the world. Besides hosting a huge variety of wildlife and vegetation, it makes over 55% of India’s teas and accounts for a significant percentage of the tea consumed in the world.