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August 15, 2011


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The heart-shaped teaspoon -- perfect prop!


So glad that you like the teaspoon :)


Great to see your post Alexis! What a lovely description of thinking of the tea's origins while drinking it. Hope you enjoyed this month's Roots Campaign selection.


Hi Christine, Thanks for the kind words and the fabulous sample of Pi Lo Chun. It was so incredible to sip the tea and connect with the farmer via his interview. I really love the Roots Campaign!


One of my favourite green teas, some people do not realise the length and process that is required to grow these rare teas.


Yes, there is an art to making green tea :)

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