Thursday, January 25, 2007
Tea Bag Map, Pricey Pu-er & More
Today's clever use for tea bags comes from artist Susan Stockwell. It's a tea bag map of India, made from a bunch of tea bags stitched together. See it here.
China Daily reports on a paltry amount of 60-year-old pu'er tea - 100 grams - that sold recently for $38,400.
Here's an article about an interesting exhibit of tea stuff at Colonial Williamsburg's DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum.
If you're looking for information on single serve tea pods, the gang over at Single Serve Coffee.com have a few brief articles posted here.
Does tea reduce stress? My vote is no - but your mileage may vary. The New York Times weighs in on the issue here. The verdict - well, maybe it sorta does.
I hadn't heard of the problem of Einstein's tea leaves until just recently. If you like to know what it's all about, click here and scroll about halfway down the page.
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