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Tea Mythology

The following series of posts is drawn from a series Twitter threads I posted earlier this week. When it comes to the history of drinking tea, the origin goes back beyond history and into legend. There are 2 main myths, one of which I'd never heard before. Both of these come from China. The, um, cleaned… Continue reading Tea Mythology

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Fueled by Tea

When it comes to big writing marathons, I am fueled by tea. In the past year or so, however, I've had a lot of problems with insomnia, and that means I usually can't drink my go-to black tea when I get home from work, and I definitely can't drink it at 8pm, when I typically… Continue reading Fueled by Tea

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Tea Time

It has been a long, looooong time since I did a post about my tea stash (2013, maybe?), but as the weather has finally cooled off properly and it's writing season, I thought now would be a good time to tour the stash. I've moved twice since that last post, and the tea stash has… Continue reading Tea Time

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Tea Break

When last I visited London, we had a daily ritual of restoring ourselves with a pot of tea in true English fashion (okay, so it usually came from Costa and was an excuse to sit down someplace for a half hour or so out of the elements and rest for reasonably cheap, but the point… Continue reading Tea Break