The Little Tea Book

The Little Tea Book Written and compiled by Arthur Gray in this delightful tea companion is still as amusing and relevant as when it was first published over years ago

  • Title: The Little Tea Book
  • Author: Arthur Gray George Washington Hood
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Written and compiled by Arthur Gray in 1903, this delightful tea companion is still as amusing and relevant as when it was first published over 100 years ago.

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    1. This book was originally published in 1903, and is now in the public domain in digitized format. For tea devotees who want to learn more about the history and culture of tea, this is a good book to start with. Very few books were written about tea prior to 1923, but Arthur Gray cites many poems and literature passages that celebrate the enjoyment of tea. I found this little book informative and amusing at times.

    2. More of a 2 1/2 stars, it was short, sweet, and mostly entertaining for the book's tone of voice, which is (I assume) accurately chatty/conversational, at least from a certain class of society at the time.

    3. This was a fun and interesting book.If you love tea and want to know a bit of history, definitely read this book!

    4. Interesting read, if only in a historical point of view. It's outdated, worded in an almost sexist and racist prose, but interesting to see how the history of tea was viewed in 1903.

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