Thursday, July 19, 2012

Tea, North African Style

In addition to publishing Tea Guy Speaks, I'm a regular contributor to The English Tea Store blog. Here's an article I recently wrote for them. Click the link to read the full article.

Tea, North African Style
By William I. Lengeman III

What comes to mind when you think of drinking tea probably has a lot to do with how and where you were brought up. For those of us here in the United States “tea” is as likely as not to conjure up an image of a sweetened black preparation in a tall glass with ice cubes. If you’re from the United Kingdom, then tea is likely to be the black stuff again, but served hot and in a proper tea cup with sugar and milk or cream. If you’re from China then your preferred way of consuming tea may be a green, oolong or puerh variety prepared gongfu style in a gaiwan and served in little wee cups.


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