Apr 30th, '13, 12:33
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What Are Your Favorite Tea DVDs?

by John Delaney » Apr 30th, '13, 12:33

The BBC tea show got me thinking. I am looking to add to my tea knowledge and am tired of books at the moment. What are your favorite tea dvds? Currently, I have:

Tea Culture
The Meaning Of Tea
Mr. Tea

I have also seen a few others but don't own them like All In This Tea. What do you folks like?

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Re: What Are Your Favorite Tea DVDs?

by futurebird » May 3rd, '13, 20:03

It's not big on production values but the DVD that china clay arts sells on how to make yixing teapots is really fascinating if you are in to the craft aspect

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Re: What Are Your Favorite Tea DVDs?

by John Delaney » May 4th, '13, 12:40

futurebird wrote:It's not big on production values but the DVD that china clay arts sells on how to make yixing teapots is really fascinating if you are in to the craft aspect
That sounds interesting as I know if you haven't seen pottery done before, it is very interesting. I am keying more on the actual tea at the moment. I purchased some additional videos that are Chinese with English subtitles so looking forward to getting those. I also recently watched the introductory videos from Samovar Life and those were interesting as well as they provided another perspective.

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