Category Archives: Tea

Tea – After an all night 7-hour tea session (and the ensuing rapture) in a Taiwanese teahouse, my own ‘tea fix’ was fixed. Asia’s great green commodity has (like few other luxuries) soothed, fed and stimulated. Tea holds a vital role as one of the few constants in my life – a constant that only becomes more satisfying with time.

Tribute Photos to a Year of Tea and Mountains – 6

Tributes to the Himalayas, its people, its spaces, and its impact Continue reading

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Tribute Photos to a Year of Tea and Mountains – 2

A continuing of the epic characters, moments, and spaces of the past years in no particular order along with the requisite captions. To continue until the end of 2015…

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Tribute Photos to a Year of Tea and Mountains

Decided that there must be some way to pay some tribute to the faces, spaces, and leaves that have inspired either by wonderful force, or by gentle ways in the past year. It is also a way of saying thank … Continue reading

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The Tea Explorer – Documentary Film

Documenting the Tea Horse Road and teas origins in the documentary film The Tea Explorer. Jeff Fuchs hosts. Continue reading

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Glacier Melt – Nomad Streams

Exploring water and glaciers in the Himalayas Continue reading

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The Glacier’s Breath – Amid the Temples of Ice

Himalayan glaciers and their freshwater plight as climate change hits the third pole. Continue reading

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The Glacier’s Breath – Bara Shigri

So much of what is good and cherished in my days is both deliberately tea related and in some wonderful cases accidentally tea related. Days into ‘The Glacier’s Breath’ expedition tin cups are held in a large semi-circle of bodies … Continue reading

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Southwest – Arriving to Pu erh Tea Central

Pu erh tea and its people and geography of southern Yunnan. A journey into sips Continue reading

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Wuyishan Oolongs – Rock Teas and Red Robes

A journey to Wuyishan to search out the origins and process of the famed Oolong Rock Teas of Chinese tea fame Continue reading

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Green Tea – Long Jing’s Three Roasts and One Roaster

Looking at Long Jing Tea in Hangzhou with a look at where, who and how Continue reading

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