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From the Publisher
With its own aromas and delights, as well as a host of health
bene?ts, including enhancing immune system function and lessening
damage from free radicals, green tea continues to grow more popular
in American diets. Yet because it is brewed differently, and many
varieties of green tea are available, there is more to know about
making a good cup of green tea than how to boil water.
The Green Tea User's Manual leaves no leaf
unturned, introducing 16 of the most popular types of green tea,
including Dragon Well, Sencha, Jasmine, and the Japanese tea Gen
Mai Cha. It describes the three stages of bubbles to look for when
boiling water and the various vessels in which to brew, from pots
to small covered cups known as guywans. Lovely line drawings,
original recipes, anecdotes, lore, and related green tea tips help
to make this irresistible little book a perfect gift for anyone
with a penchant for tea.