How to Make Tea: The Science Behind the Leaf pdf, epub, fb2 download free

How to Make Tea: The Science Behind the Leaf download
Title:
How to Make Tea: The Science Behind the Leaf
Author:
Kim Long, Brian R. Keating
ISBN:
1419717979
Format:
pdf / epub / fb2
Genre:
Cookbooks, Food & Wine
Language:
English
ePub size:
1885 kb
pdf size:
1599 kb
How do you like your tea? In How to Make Tea , tea experts Brian Keating and Kim Long will teach you everything you need to know to make your desired cup. We ve been drinking tea for thousands of years, yet few of us realize that all tea types from elegant lapsang to pungent pu-erh come from the same plant. But how are there so many different styles? It comes down to science: geography, biology, chemistry, and physics; the application of heat and pressure; and the magic of time and enzymes. How to Make Tea breaks down these elements and lays out the techniques, tools, and methods needed to brew at home. With this guide, tea lovers of all stripes will become experts on the art and science of tea. Learn to extract the best from every cup."How do you like your tea? In How to Make Tea , tea experts Brian Keating and Kim Long will teach you everything you need to know to make your desired cup."


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