Tea? Why culinary Tea?

5 years ago

It has been my privilege to have been an RN for over 30 years. And while I am not yet ready to leave the bedside, my desire to create something of my own has taken hold.

My love of natural scent has led to around by the nose.(pun intended) I love essential oils, I have and will continue to study natural perfume, I still had not found my path less traveled. The study of culinary tea as a possibility started me on the scent trail.

Tea is such a complex topic and the history is ancient. There are so many ways to benefit from high quality loose leaf tea. Tea can be used as a spice, a tenderizer, an aromatic, a green, an oil, used in smoking(of food), used dry, steeped in water or other liquids, as a brine and as an infusion.

Where to start? Please join me on this quest, for a history lesson, a good meal, a community, and even a drink.

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