Published August 1, 2005
by Hearst .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
Buy a cheap copy of Victoria The Art of Taking Tea book by Kim Waller. From the serene tea ceremonies of Asia to the lavish cream teas of England, take a delicious taste of a very special beverage. Connoisseurs interested in hosting a Free shipping over $ Author: Marxer, JordanBrand: 83 PressBinding: HardcoverNumber Of Pages: Release Date: Details: Product Description Readers of this beautiful book from the editors of Victoria magazine are invited to savor the pleasures and possibilities of the cherished ritual of tea shared by people the world over. Divide. Victoria the Art of Tea: Recipes and Rituals (Hardback or Cased Book) $ $ Teas Book, Victoria Magazines, Art & Culture Classic Literature Books, Victoria Holt, Art & Photography Classics Antiquarian & Collectible Books, Art Nonfiction Books, By Victoria Seller Rating: % positive. Book Summary: In 'The Art of Taking Tea' the author praises the style and spirit of tea by combining delicious recipes, evocative musings and exquisite photos. There is even an insider's view of how tea is enjoyed in New York, Boston, Paris and beyond.
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What do Queen Victoria and afternoon tea have to do with one another? A woman in the Queen’s court at the time of her rein is credited with creating the tea ritual. Anna Maria Stanhope, the 7th Duchess of Bedford was a lady in waiting for the Queen. Victoria Classics English Cottage $ $ Read more Victoria, a bimonthly women’s lifestyle magazine, is created for all who love heritage linens, charming homes, gracious gardens, traveling the world, and all that is beautiful in life, promising a return to loveliness. The tea room is an unadorned and small room, made of wood and bamboo. Artwork or flowers are brought in during each ceremony, to be focused and praised for artistry and beauty. Guests are silent and sober, and the taking of tea takes on a sort of quasi-religious ceremony. Ancestors are honored via the ancient tea utensils. In my new Victorian novel, the heroine runs a tearoom with her father and in college, I worked for about two years in a tearoom as a waitress and cook, so I learned about the art of brewing a proper pot of tea and how to compose those lovely tiered “high” and “afternoon” tea treats.