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Morning Crane Tea
3 days ago
My apologies. I know I have severalPending posts to try to catch up to. I have been very busy.Perhaps you will enjoy this while I try to catch up. ... See MoreSee Less
Korea Today - Korean Elegance through Tea 한국 전통의 우아함을 간직한 다례 [Korea Today]
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2 weeks ago
Today’s Tea Question:What is Tteokeum-cha?If you know the answer, rather than revealing it, please say something about why you like Tteokeum-cha and how often you drink it.If you don’t know the answer, stay tuned. ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
I thought that you might like to learn more about the teaware artist Park Jong Il. ... See MoreSee Less
Park Jong Il: Nature’s Teaware Master
Park Jong Il Relaxing with Tea A couple of weeks a...
Three sweet teapots by the renowned teaware artist Park Jong Il. Which one do you want to know more about? Vote with a “like” which one I should expand information on. ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
I thought you might enjoy this short video on the artisan tea producer Oh Dong Seop. I have not yet visited him. But I have been told that his teas are excellent. Made from wild bushes, hand picked and hand produced. He makes an unusual tea he calls Dancha it is a style that comes from the Goryeo Dynasty and consists of compressing processed tealeaves into a wheel form. ... See MoreSee Less