Guest Contribution by Nami Thompson Sacramento is excited to be hosting its own tea festival in...Read More
As another World Tea Expo is approaching, many from all over the world with “tea in their veins,” will find each other. Their bond will be instant, their connection will be heartfelt, and cultures and traditions will unite simply with a passion for tea.
The California Tea and Coffee Brewery has been open almost 3.5 years now in Temecula, Southern California – just an hour from everything … the beach, the mountains, the desert, and several good-sized cities. ...Read More
One of the highlights of moving back to Northern California has been the presence of the ancient redwoods. I think about the history of these giants and the effect that the inhabitants of the area have had on them and I...Read More
“So what is a tea festival?” This is a question I get asked all the time, but I guess what we do must be quite unique, as I have to answer a lot of questions. Not that I mind it at all – after all, a large part...Read More
The China Modern: Designing Popular Culture 1910-1970 exhibit, through February 6, 2011 at Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena, California, showcases several tea-related items.There are two teapots, both of which were manufactured...Read More
As most regular readers know, I’m a huge fan of Dr. Andrew Weil – the Father of Complementary Medicine. I saw him on the Dr. Oz show a few weeks ago and, once again, he mentioned the addition of tea to a healthy...Read More