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Talking of Tea
 
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Gervas Huxley
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Here is the whole fascinating story of tea, from the colourful legend of the tea plant springing from the eyelids, to the branded packages that adorn our grocer's shelves.
Hardcover, 104 pages
Published 1956 by John Wagner & Sons
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Frank Jacobs
Charmingly outdated, this book tells "the housewife" (whoever that may be) the story of how tea came to be on her shopping list.
Leslie D. Soule
May 22, 2011 Leslie D. Soule rated it it was amazing
Shelves: tea
This is an older book, but it's very informative in talking about the history of tea and its influence in the world.
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