The Confessions of a Tea Snob

The Confessions of a Tea Snob

Mea Cupa Please don’t judge me but I’m afraid I’m a tea snob.  Can there be any doubt about it? I refuse coffee. I drink only “true tea”, preferably acquired from small independent family growers and specialty shops. I assiduously avoid teabags. I generally brew in a...
O Canada,The True North Strong and Tea

O Canada,The True North Strong and Tea

Today is Canada Day. And it’s a special one as the nation celebrates the sesquicentennial of Confederation on July 1st 1867; Canada has grown and changed a lot over the past 150 years. Yet Canada didn’t have a “Halifax tea party” at its birth and it has no “Tea Party”...
The Ground Rules

The Ground Rules

This is the first of what I hope will become a monthly series of blog postings on this site. As such, it is best now to use the space to set out the purposes of the blog and to establish some ground rules. The primary purpose of this blog is education – principally...

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