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Tea and Trends

By John Rice, General Manager

In the ten plus years The Tea Table has been in business, tea has been steadily becoming more popular. The positive side is that there are more and more teas available. One of the down sides is that the quality of teas can, in general, steadily decline. While we are …continue reading

Home is Where the Tea Is!

By Lori Bricker, MS, RD

Recent events have reminded me how important tea is to my daily routine and overall well-being.  My brother just moved in with me temporarily while he's in a transitional period.  Having someone new around is not something I get to experience very often.  It's interesting to see what other …continue reading

New book, “The Spirituality of Tea” by Jason Witt

Here is an excerpt from Jason Witt’s new book, The Spirituality of Tea, which is now available on Amazon.com:

“Tea is God’s Blessing for your mind, body, and spirit. The three are inseparable and none is most important; tea is God’s Gift to your whole person.  It will first give you Peace of Mind, reducing …continue reading

Ecological Sustainability in China

A friend from school days, Charles Bedford, who is the Colorado Director of The Nature Conservancy, is currently on a year-long trip to China promoting ecological sustainability. This, of course, is critical not only for global ecology, but particularly for the tea industry. Read his well-written observations here… – John

The Zen of Tea—Awakening the Tea Lover in You

All too often, the experience of tea is reserved for the self-proclaimed connoisseur. Because there is a good deal of mystery and jargon surrounding the countless types of tea, the fascinating history of the beverage, and the equipage used in its service, tea novices may feel intimidated and reach for the more familiar coffee mug. …continue reading