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by Mike Heneberry
Download The Little Black Book of Tea (Little Black Books) (Little Black Book Series) fb2
Beverages & Wine
  • Author:
    Mike Heneberry
  • ISBN:
    1593599358
  • ISBN13:
    978-1593599355
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Peter Pauper Press, Inc.; Spi edition (May 17, 2006)
  • Pages:
    160 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Beverages & Wine
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1192 kb
  • ePUB format
    1987 kb
  • DJVU format
    1755 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    424
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This pocket-sized book offers a brisk and full-bodied look at tea varieties and grades, teas of the world, and brewing basics, with recipes for tea drinks and accompaniments.160 pagesPortable size: 4-1/4 inches wide x 5-3/4 inches highConcealed wire-o bindingBook lies flat for ease of useElastic band attached to back cover keeps your place or keeps book closed.

MilsoN
I'm trying to start to drink more tea and this is a great place to start if you want to learn more about tea, the traditions in different places, the different types of tea, and good snacks to serve with it.
Gralinda
Great idea, dismal execution. Apparently, the author has just found out about tea. Then he probably checked a few websites, looked tea up at Wikipedia, and wrote a book. The book is mainly recipes, foods to enjoy with tea. I cannot comment on them as I did not buy this book for recipes, I was looking for new information on tea. While this book does contain a few accurate facts about tea, it also contains egregious errors. One of the biggest being that Puer tea is a type of oolong! This mistake alone is so boneheaded it invalidates the entire book.

I love the Little Black Book series, but this title is more like the little black mark.
Binar
This book is filled with misinformation. It categorizes the brewing time for green teas as between 160 and 170 when they're much more varied, as well as labeling Pu-Erh as a specific tea, instead of a category of teas such as green, white, yellow, black, and oolong.
greed style
Not encyclopedic, but not expected to be. For anyone who just wants to know the basics (and sometimes the complete basics include things that those with experience might not know), this is and excellent little intro and reference book.
The Sphinx of Driz
I learned about tea growing regions, tea grades, tea preparation and much more.
I would recommend to both new and current tea lovers.
Bob
Voodoogore
Thank, needed the info. Just gave up coffee.
Jugore
Fun, Entertaining, book on tea. Would make a wonderful gift. I bought this for my Kindle and I found it to be a page turner.
I really liked this book; I saw it in a tea shop in Brighton, England an I knew I had to have it. It is informative and very cute.