The New York Book Of Tea

Author: Bo Niles
Editor: Universe Pub
ISBN: 9780789308610
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Discover the soothing delights of tea. The act of "taking tea" has long been known to relax and rejuvenate the soul. Newfound health benefits have increased tea's popularity, as have the tasty new variations-from chai lattes to Asian tapioca pearl teas. This new third edition of The New York Book of Tea takes the reader on a journey beyond the hustle and bustle of New York City to discover the finest tea oases, from a proper English tea for an afternoon with friends to a late-night cup to end the perfect evening out. Author and tea aficionado Bo Niles also uncovers the best retail shops in which to buy tea and teaware, hotel teas that offer civilized atmosphere for a party, and the multitude of new Chinese and Japanese teahouses. Revised and updated for this new third edition, The New York Book of Tea is the must-have reference for anyone who cherishes this ancient elixir and the rituals that enhance it.
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Pages: 96
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Categories: Cooking
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005-03 - Publisher: Interlink Books

Cohen takes a nostalgic look at the story of the world's most popular drink, covering everything including the tea leaf, the tea dance, customs and habits associated with taking tea, as well as the paraphernalia that surrounds it. This story is illustrated with beautiful, and often amusing, sketches and photographs
The New York Book of Tea
Language: en
Pages: 160
Authors: Bo Niles
Categories: Cooking
Type: BOOK - Published: 2003 - Publisher: Universe Pub

Discover the soothing delights of tea. The act of "taking tea" has long been known to relax and rejuvenate the soul. Newfound health benefits have increased tea's popularity, as have the tasty new variations-from chai lattes to Asian tapioca pearl teas. This new third edition of The New York Book
The New York Book of Tea
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Pages: 117
Authors: Bo Niles, Veronica McNiff
Categories: Travel
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Loaded with information, from where to have a traditional three-course hotel tea to where to find the city's best Japanese and Chinese tea rooms (Manhattan Spirit) and places heady with coffee aromas in which to indulge your sweet tooth (Agenda New York), both volumes by Bo Niles and Veronica McNiff,
The New York Book of Tea
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Authors: Bo Niles, Veronica McNiff
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