Victoria The Art of Taking Tea Best Read || [Kim Waller Victoria Magazine], Victoria The Art of Taking Tea, Kim Waller Victoria Magazine, Victoria The Art of Taking Tea From the serene tea ceremonies of Asia to the lavish cream teas of England take a delicious taste of a very special tradition Connoisseurs interested in hosting a tea party finding a salon that serves different blends or getting expert advice on pairing tea with a variety of foods will find it here and lots including an insider s view of how tea is enjoyed inF Victoria The Art of Taking Tea Best Read || [Kim Waller Victoria Magazine] - Victoria The Art of Taking Tea, Victoria The Art of Taking Tea From the serene tea ceremonies of Asia to the lavish cream teas of England take a delicious taste of a very special tradition Connoisseurs interested in hosting a tea party finding a salon that serv

  • Title: Victoria The Art of Taking Tea
  • Author: Kim Waller Victoria Magazine
  • ISBN: 9781588164940
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback

Victoria The Art of Taking Tea Best Read || [Kim Waller Victoria Magazine] Victoria The Art of Taking Tea Best Read || [Kim Waller Victoria Magazine] - Victoria The Art of Taking Tea, Victoria The Art of Taking Tea From the serene tea ceremonies of Asia to the lavish cream teas of England take a delicious taste of a very special tradition Connoisseurs interested in hosting a tea party finding a salon that serv

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Victoria The Art of Taking Tea

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  1. My mother used to subscribe to Victoria Magazine, and would pass me the issues once she was done with them They were always filled with such stunning, softly lit photographs of gardens and teacups and antique things from an era that really cared about making things beautiful, that each issue seemed like a mini vacation This book, by the editors of Victoria Magazine, is just like that It s a little light on content just a page or two at a time between photos so anyone really looking for depth may [...]


  2. Had I not read another introductory tea book before this, I might have been a bit impressed As it is, this book is laid out like a magazine, except in book form Read through it and you will understand what I mean longer explanatory passages are interrupted by short articles, so that mid sentence when you turn the page you are thrust without warning into a completely different train of thought topic The book is informative, yes, but the layout got annoying very quickly.


  3. I was a bit surprised that there wasn t a recipe section, but all in all a lovely look at tea customs throughout history and different cultures.


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