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by Jason Goodwin

Author: Jason Goodwin
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Transaction Large Print; Large Print edition (December 31, 2009)
Pages: 410 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.4
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Jason Goodwin takes the reader on an adventurous journey through the serpentine paths of the tea trade-from China to India to London.

Jason Goodwin takes the reader on an adventurous journey through the serpentine paths of the tea trade-from China to India to London. Evoking both past and present in this lively and intriguing traveler's journal, he traces the development of the tea trade from its origins in Canton factories through the Opium Wars and the settlement of British India. His travels take him Jason Goodwin takes the reader on an adventurous journey through the serpentine paths of the tea trade-from China to India to London.

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Jason Goodwin (born 1964) is an English writer and historian. He studied Byzantine history at Cambridge University

Jason Goodwin (born 1964) is an English writer and historian. He studied Byzantine history at Cambridge University.

This book takes us to Asia where Goodwin spent years traveling with his father in who was in the British foreign service

This book takes us to Asia where Goodwin spent years traveling with his father in who was in the British foreign service. It is interesting and dense with detail, perhaps to the point of losing the larger narrative. A Time For Tea" is an encyclopedia of tea woven into a tale of travel-told as only it should be. How was tea discovered and where-what are the various types of tea, where are they grown, how is it processed, fermented and traded, what part did it play in international affairs, and why did it attain such popularity?

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Goodwin's journey around the tea trade, which has left its & trail across the atlases and the history books,'' begins in Hong Kong, where he tracks .

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Jason Goodwin, inspired by his grandmothers who spent their lives in China and India observing the custom of afternoon tea, set off to explore the relics of this. I'm surprised that this is out of print. com User, November 29, 1999. I read this book when it first came out, and I really loved it. I still refer to the facts I learned within; just last week I was explaining Lapsang Souchong to an Irishman. I was left feeling that I knew Mr. Goodwin, and contemplated finding him and making him my husband, primarily so we could travel together.

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Jason Goodwin takes the reader on an adventurous journey through the serpentine paths of the tea trade-from China to India to London. Evoking both past and present in this lively and intriguing traveler's journal, he traces the development of the tea trade from its origins in Canton factories through the Opium Wars and the settlement of British India. His travels take him from the lost European cities of the China coast to inland China, to Calcutta, to India's high tea gardens in Bohea and Darjeeling. Full of historical and personal detail, A Time for Tea is highly informative, funny, and original. This is more than a travelogue, it is the soul of economic development.