This pocketbook size amusing book is handy for travelers eager to entertain themselves during a short journey with tales of traditional English tea customs that emerged over the centuries of the tea’s love affair with Britain.
A sip of history, a gist of tea production and a miniguide of teaware, give any beginner or a serious tea connoisseur a great foundation for his/her journey towards mastery of tea appreciation.
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At Xocoalt in Nice high quality chocolates are handmade by Fabrice Zuppo and his minuscule team with the passion seen only at the world’s premium chocolate league. Top French chocolatiers like […]
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