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Recommended Books On Tea will bring readers books on Chinese tea on a regular basis. This regular booklist will be useful for those who want a deeper understanding of Chinese tea and tea culture in Asia as a whole. The list will change from time to time and only books which are vetted by our experts and scholars will be placed on the list:

1. Scott, J.M. The Great Tea venture (New York, E.P. Dutton and Co. 1964)

2. Ukers William, All about tea (Whitestone, New York : Tea and Coffee Trade Journal Co. 1935).

3. Ukers William H. The Romance of Tea (New York : Knopf, 1936)

4. Leung Albert Y. , CHinese Herbal Remedies (New yrok: Universe Books, 1984)

5. Li Shizhen, Chinese medicinal Herbs (SF, : Georgetown Press, 1973)

6. Whipple ABC, The Clipper Ships (Alexandria, Virginia, Time-LIfe Books 1980)

7. Lu Yu , The classics of Tea, translated with introduction by Francis Ross Carpenter (Boston: Little Town and Co. 1974)

8. Okakura Kakuzo, The Book of tea (NY: Dover 1964)

9. Pratt James NOrwood , The Tea Lover's Treasury (SF: 101 Productions, 182)

10. Thomas Gertrude, Richer than Spices (NY: Alfred Knopf, 1965)


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