My latest practices and experiences with tea have revealed aspects subtler and richer at every turn.
I’ve been learning less about terroir, history and factoids, and more of the experiential stuff; how to feel tea, how to share it with others, not just “make” it for others. In this way, tea is making me. To go deeper, I am hoping to continue to share tea with friends old and new… in ways that are ever approachable, real, and special.


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