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All the Tea in Chicago by Susan Blumberg-Kason
Second edition

If you enjoy drinking tea and live in Chicago then you need to read this book. Already in it's second edition, All the Tea in Chicago covers high tea, loose-leaf tea shops and restaurants as well as bubble teas. There is a section on Tea Websites that sell loose-leaf tea and tea related products.

Dedicated to drinking and enjoying loose-leaf, afternoon, and bubble tea throughout the Chicagoland area, this newly revised resource provides detailed reviews, contact information, and product pricing for more than 50 tea hot spots. From nibbling scones on Chicago’s famous Gold Coast to discovering hidden gems in the surrounding suburbs, tea aficionados will find helpful icons indicating each location's private-party opportunities, proximity to public transportation, level of child-friendliness, and availability of wireless Internet. Peppered with literary quotes and statistics about tea, this comprehensive guidebook also includes information on websites that sell loose-leaf tea and tea accessories.

Gourmet Coffee, Tea and Chocolate Drinks: Creating Your Favorite Recipes at Home
By Mathew Tekulsky

Your favorite coffee or tea shop will miraculously appear in your own kitchen with these wonderful recipes for gourmet coffee, tea, and chocolate drinks. This collection boasting over 150,000 copies sold in all editions, presents over 300 captivating taste treats, including Cinnamon-Vanilla Coffee, Cappuccino Royale, Rum Cider Tea, and Strawberry-Amaretto Chocolate Shake. Hot or cold as a morning beverage, afternoon cocktail or evening dessert, these gourmet flavors are within easy reach right at home with this charmingly illustrated and informative volume.

Tea [BOX SET] (Hardcover)
by Christine Dattner (Author), Sophie Boussahba (Photographer)

Book Description In two eye-catching volumes, which include The History of Tea and The Taste of Tea, this beautiful box-set succeeds in serving as both a historical and practical manual for tea lovers and amateurs alike. The History of Tea recounts the geopolitical complexities that have followed the discovery of this "green gold" and its cultural role both past and present. The Taste of Tea, organized by country, acquaints readers with tea varieties that will have them rushing off to brew a cup in no time.Throughout these exquisitely illustrated pages, Christine Dattner explores not only the essentials of an English high tea or the origins of the most famous British tea brands, like Twinings and Fortnum & Mason, but also the intricate formalities of a Japanese tea ceremony and the unique way in which Tibetans continue to prepare tea. From blue-green tea and yellow tea to grilled green tea and modern blends with hints of chocolate, Christine Dattner - a renowned tea blender from Les Contes de The in Paris - divulges all her secrets and know-how related to the beverage whose popularity has continued to flourish since its discovery. An ideal gift idea, Tea explains all there is to know about one of the world's most ancient pleasures.

About the Author Christine Dattner participates in many lectures and debates as she continues to produce original blends of teas and travel the world in pursuit of new flavors. She is the author of the The Book of Green Tea (Universe, 2003) and co-author of a book on the health benefits of tea, published in French by Flammarion.