The following piece is the first of three installments about the production of Yerba Mate and its cultural and economic impacts of Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay. The bones of deceased Guaraní shamans used to decorate forest pockets in pre-colonial times, when Mata Atlântica, “The Atlantic Forest,” still stretched out its arms across South America. From [...]
Cruise ships are floating cities offering shopping opportunities, a casino, library, full-service medical clinic, swimming pool, fitness center, restaurants serving the cuisine of six continents and . . . Afternoon tea. Exploring the ship — 800+ feet from stem to stern and 100 feet wide — I discovered all the amenities previously mentioned … Continue reading
Powerful things happen when a group of women get together – especially when that group of women has a deep knowledge of tea, a sense of adventure, and a taste for creativity. During the last weekend in July, an eclectic group of influential tea bloggers joined forces to explore the New York City tea scene. Rachel [...]
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