Tea and paper


27 July 2018
Tea and paper

Tea and paper don’t get on at all well when broken leaves are imprisoned in a cellulose bag and added to a cup with hot water, which we’re told is tea. On the other hand, tea and literature are an inseparable couple, and many writers have dipped their pen in the ink of tea. What could be more pleasurable for a reader than to enjoy one’s newspaper or novel with a teapot at one’s side? I hope you have a wonderful summer.

You like this post?
Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Share

Similar articles

A ski-tow for tea

18 June 2010

Tea can be difficult to transport when the ground slopes. I already talked to you about it a few weeks ago, I explained how the horse could be a precious…

Share on Facebook. Tweet this!

A tea plantation surrounded by mist

4 February 2010

The tea plant doesn’t like a very dry climate or very strong sunshine. That’s why you often find tea growing in misty landscapes. In a few minutes the weather changes,…

Share on Facebook. Tweet this!

The tea tree is maintained at a convenient height

6 April 2010

Since the tea leaves are picked constantly, like here in the Gao Shan region of China, litteraly meaning “High Mountain”, the tea tree cannot grow any bigger. It is maintained, harvest after harvest,…

Share on Facebook. Tweet this!