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The Story of Tea
The Story of Tea
by T.Damu
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About the Book

Tea is perhaps the world's most widely loved drink-preferred for its refreshing and energising qualities as well as its medicinal values. Today people the world over reach out to tea in times of pain and pleasure, agony and ecstasy and it cheers all!

This book wonderfully captures the past and present of tea. From the various legends surrounding its origin to the first tea plantations to varieties of tea-all that one would like to know about tea has been captured in a concise, yet fascinating style.

Tea is a legend. It has always been a dear subject for innumerable researchers. The bibliography on tea runs into massive volumes with stories, treatises, studies and collections. It is not a light subject that could be brewed in a few minutes and poured into a tea cup to sip relaxingly, but one that is oceanous with unfathomable depths.

The plant, whose juice warms many a million hearts around the world and runs as the life line for many and has become an indispensable part of our lives. To know all about tea is fascinating.

About the Author

T Damu has had more than three decades of experience in varied fields such as administration, advertising, journalism and public relations. He was the Vice- President ( Corporate Affairs) ofTata Tea Limited. He has authored four books in Malayalam and has received the Best Travel WI.:.iter Award ( given by Travel Agents Association ofIndia) in September 2002.

He is presently Vice-President (Corporate Affairs-South), Taj Group of Hotels and continues to be associated with Tata Tea as Special Advisor. He lives in Kochi with his family.

Contents

The Legend and Origin2
The Tea Family9
Tea and China11
Tea in India15
The Global Flow24
Boston Tea Party35
Changing Trends39
Varietieas46
Tea Consumption in India49
Tea Plantations and Environment52
Let Legendary Tea Survive58
Tea Varieties60
Glossary62

The Story of Tea

Item Code:
NAD547
Cover:
Hardcover
Edition:
2003
ISBN:
9788129101969
Size:
6.0 inch x 5.5 inch
Pages:
70
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Weight of the Book: 186 gms
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About the Book

Tea is perhaps the world's most widely loved drink-preferred for its refreshing and energising qualities as well as its medicinal values. Today people the world over reach out to tea in times of pain and pleasure, agony and ecstasy and it cheers all!

This book wonderfully captures the past and present of tea. From the various legends surrounding its origin to the first tea plantations to varieties of tea-all that one would like to know about tea has been captured in a concise, yet fascinating style.

Tea is a legend. It has always been a dear subject for innumerable researchers. The bibliography on tea runs into massive volumes with stories, treatises, studies and collections. It is not a light subject that could be brewed in a few minutes and poured into a tea cup to sip relaxingly, but one that is oceanous with unfathomable depths.

The plant, whose juice warms many a million hearts around the world and runs as the life line for many and has become an indispensable part of our lives. To know all about tea is fascinating.

About the Author

T Damu has had more than three decades of experience in varied fields such as administration, advertising, journalism and public relations. He was the Vice- President ( Corporate Affairs) ofTata Tea Limited. He has authored four books in Malayalam and has received the Best Travel WI.:.iter Award ( given by Travel Agents Association ofIndia) in September 2002.

He is presently Vice-President (Corporate Affairs-South), Taj Group of Hotels and continues to be associated with Tata Tea as Special Advisor. He lives in Kochi with his family.

Contents

The Legend and Origin2
The Tea Family9
Tea and China11
Tea in India15
The Global Flow24
Boston Tea Party35
Changing Trends39
Varietieas46
Tea Consumption in India49
Tea Plantations and Environment52
Let Legendary Tea Survive58
Tea Varieties60
Glossary62
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