The Little Book of Healthy Teas: A Book Review

The Little Book of Healthy Teas: A Book Review
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The Little Book of Healthy Teas Book ReviewThe Little Book of Healthy Teas

by Erika Dillman

Published by Warner Books, Incorporated

The world of tea is vast and adventurous. However, I grew up with Lipton tea, and it wasn't until college that I tasted my first flavored black tea. Little did I know that was only the beginning!

Erika Dillman takes the mystery out of white, green and black tea, plus everything in between! She gives us a clear, concise history of tea, and simple, but thorough explanations of the different types, grades, and much more.

Her writing style is friendly and enthusiastic, so you don't feel bogged down in the information. It's also a nice reference to keep around when exploring new teas and placing orders.

The Little Book of Healthy Teas also teaches us how to brew, store and serve tea (different types can take different brew times). The author also reviews many of the medicinal uses for tea in a logical, and sensible way that allows us to review the properties of different teas and herbs, along with the precautions that are so important.

Erika Dillman's book was a pleasant surprise, and a great find. She's helped me to become an informed adventurer in the world of tea!

 

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About The Author

Brenda Hyde is a freelance writer living on ten acres in rural Michigan with her husband and three kids. She is a mom, grandma, gardener, cook and writer. She blogs on all of these topics at Harvestmoongazette.blogspot.com.

 
 

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