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tea adventures: traveling

August 08, 2011

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When I think of tea the first thing that may come to mind is the history of it and the culture of it around the world. As a tea enthusiast, I feel it’s my best interest to travel around the world indulging in a plethora of tea, and also learning the etiquette of tea drinking from many countries. I’ve complied a list of places that are on my tea bucket list to visit.

1. England
2. China
3. Japan
4. Australia
5. Ireland
6. Scotland

I’m lost for words right now, feel free to help me build my list of places to explore their wonderful tea cultures! And if you’ve been to one of the following already listed, feel free to give me traveling advice. Can’t wait to start.

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