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The Resource Tea : the drink that changed the world, by Laura C. Martin

Tea : the drink that changed the world, by Laura C. Martin

Label
Tea : the drink that changed the world
Title
Tea
Title remainder
the drink that changed the world
Statement of responsibility
by Laura C. Martin
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book is a fascinating history of tea and the spreading of tea throughout the world
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Martin, Laura C
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Tea
  • Tea
Target audience
general
Label
Tea : the drink that changed the world, by Laura C. Martin
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent.
  • rdacontent.
Contents
Machine derived contents note: (((p. v: TOC))) -- Contents -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: An Overview of Tea -- Tea's Natural History: How It Grows -- Sidebar: How to Grow Tea Yourself -- Tea Harvesting and Processing -- Grades of Tea -- Chapter 2: The First Cup -- Prehistory and Legend -- Sidebar: Dragonwell Tea -- Sidebar: The Iron Goddess of Mercy -- T'u? Ch'a? Tea?: Deciphering the Earliest References to Tea -- Early Medicinal Uses -- The First Cultivation -- Sidebar: The Legend of Prince Bodhidharma -- Buddhism and Tea: A Perfect Union -- Chapter 3: All the Tea in Chinaand Beyond -- Tea in the Tang (Dynasty) -- Lu Yu, First Tea Master -- Lu Yu's Tea Classic -- Sidebar: How Tea Influenced Chinese Ceramics -- The Imperial Tea Tribute -- The Song (Dynasty) of Tea -- Sidebar: White Tea -- Tea as a Trade Item -- Tea in Korea -- Chapter 4: "Frothy Jade" -- Zen and the Art of Tea -- Tea Flows Back to Japan -- Tea and the Japanese Samurai -- Tocha: Tea Games and Contests -- Chapter 5: The Japanese Tea Ceremony, Cha-no-yu -- Tea, Spirit and Symbolism -- The Age of the Japanese Tea Masters -- Ikkyu -- Murata Shuko -- Takeno Joo -- Sen Rikyu -- The Japanese Tea Ceremony, Cha-no-yu -- Preparing for the Ceremony -- Dogu: Utensils -- Chashitsu: The Tea Room -- Decoration: Flowers -- Kakemono: A Scroll -- Tea Gardens, Then and Now -- Chapter 6: The First Steeping: A World Change in Brewing -- Method -- Tea in the Ming Dynasty -- Sidebar: The History of Processing Tea -- Tea as Inspiration for the Arts -- Yixing Pots -- Asian Decorative Arts in the 16th and 17th Centuries -- Korean Potters and Tea -- Raku Ware -- Oribe -- Sidebar: Tea in Russia -- Chapter 7: What Would the World Do Without Tea? -- China Isolates Herself -- European Trade Routes to Asia -- Tea in Europe -- Tea in England -- Catherine of Braganza -- Coffee Houses and Tea Gardens -- From China Mountaintop to English Tabletop -- The Eight Regulations -- Only in China -- Sidebar: Types of Tea in 18th-century England -- Taxes and Smuggling -- Tea and European Decorative Arts -- Teapots and Other Teaware -- Tea in Colonial America -- Chapter 8: The British in India: The Vintage of Assam -- Indian Poppies for Chinese Tea -- Growing Addiction in China -- The Opium Wars -- Growing Tea in India -- Sidebar: All the Names for Tea -- The Question: How to Grow It? -- Robert Fortune -- Tea Plantations in India -- Sidebar: The Essential Elephant -- Mechanization and Tea -- Tea in Ceylon -- Sidebar: Clipper Ships -- Half a World Away: Tea in 19th-century England -- High and Low Tea -- Tea for Everyone -- Tea Merchants -- Chapter 9: Half a World Away -- Tea in the United States -- Sidebar: Caffeine in Tea -- Tea Rooms -- Innovations through the 20th Century -- Sidebar: Disease Fighting Properties -- Tea Today in the U.S.A. -- Chapter 10: Tea Today and Tomorrow -- The Plight of the Worker -- Responsible Consumerism -- Sidebar: Speaking of Taste -- Appendix A: Tea-Growing Countries -- China -- Taiwan (Formosa ) -- India -- Japan -- Sri Lanka (Ceylon) -- Indonesia -- East Africa -- South America -- United States -- Appendix B: The Professional's Terms for Describing Tea -- Appendix C: Choice Teas from Around the World -- Appendix D: Tisanes, or Herbal "Teas" -- Rooibos -- Yerba Mate -- 25 Time-Honored Herbal "Teas" and Blends -- Appendix E: Best Times of Day for Different Tea Selections -- Appendix F: Tea with Food -- Appendix G: How to Brew a Perfect Cup ofTtea -- Appendix H: Cooking with Tea: The Possibilities -- Appendix I: Tea and Health -- Useful Websites -- Selected Bibliography
Control code
000041076267
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
247 pages
Isbn
9780804837248
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2006037833
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Tea : the drink that changed the world, by Laura C. Martin
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent.
  • rdacontent.
Contents
Machine derived contents note: (((p. v: TOC))) -- Contents -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: An Overview of Tea -- Tea's Natural History: How It Grows -- Sidebar: How to Grow Tea Yourself -- Tea Harvesting and Processing -- Grades of Tea -- Chapter 2: The First Cup -- Prehistory and Legend -- Sidebar: Dragonwell Tea -- Sidebar: The Iron Goddess of Mercy -- T'u? Ch'a? Tea?: Deciphering the Earliest References to Tea -- Early Medicinal Uses -- The First Cultivation -- Sidebar: The Legend of Prince Bodhidharma -- Buddhism and Tea: A Perfect Union -- Chapter 3: All the Tea in Chinaand Beyond -- Tea in the Tang (Dynasty) -- Lu Yu, First Tea Master -- Lu Yu's Tea Classic -- Sidebar: How Tea Influenced Chinese Ceramics -- The Imperial Tea Tribute -- The Song (Dynasty) of Tea -- Sidebar: White Tea -- Tea as a Trade Item -- Tea in Korea -- Chapter 4: "Frothy Jade" -- Zen and the Art of Tea -- Tea Flows Back to Japan -- Tea and the Japanese Samurai -- Tocha: Tea Games and Contests -- Chapter 5: The Japanese Tea Ceremony, Cha-no-yu -- Tea, Spirit and Symbolism -- The Age of the Japanese Tea Masters -- Ikkyu -- Murata Shuko -- Takeno Joo -- Sen Rikyu -- The Japanese Tea Ceremony, Cha-no-yu -- Preparing for the Ceremony -- Dogu: Utensils -- Chashitsu: The Tea Room -- Decoration: Flowers -- Kakemono: A Scroll -- Tea Gardens, Then and Now -- Chapter 6: The First Steeping: A World Change in Brewing -- Method -- Tea in the Ming Dynasty -- Sidebar: The History of Processing Tea -- Tea as Inspiration for the Arts -- Yixing Pots -- Asian Decorative Arts in the 16th and 17th Centuries -- Korean Potters and Tea -- Raku Ware -- Oribe -- Sidebar: Tea in Russia -- Chapter 7: What Would the World Do Without Tea? -- China Isolates Herself -- European Trade Routes to Asia -- Tea in Europe -- Tea in England -- Catherine of Braganza -- Coffee Houses and Tea Gardens -- From China Mountaintop to English Tabletop -- The Eight Regulations -- Only in China -- Sidebar: Types of Tea in 18th-century England -- Taxes and Smuggling -- Tea and European Decorative Arts -- Teapots and Other Teaware -- Tea in Colonial America -- Chapter 8: The British in India: The Vintage of Assam -- Indian Poppies for Chinese Tea -- Growing Addiction in China -- The Opium Wars -- Growing Tea in India -- Sidebar: All the Names for Tea -- The Question: How to Grow It? -- Robert Fortune -- Tea Plantations in India -- Sidebar: The Essential Elephant -- Mechanization and Tea -- Tea in Ceylon -- Sidebar: Clipper Ships -- Half a World Away: Tea in 19th-century England -- High and Low Tea -- Tea for Everyone -- Tea Merchants -- Chapter 9: Half a World Away -- Tea in the United States -- Sidebar: Caffeine in Tea -- Tea Rooms -- Innovations through the 20th Century -- Sidebar: Disease Fighting Properties -- Tea Today in the U.S.A. -- Chapter 10: Tea Today and Tomorrow -- The Plight of the Worker -- Responsible Consumerism -- Sidebar: Speaking of Taste -- Appendix A: Tea-Growing Countries -- China -- Taiwan (Formosa ) -- India -- Japan -- Sri Lanka (Ceylon) -- Indonesia -- East Africa -- South America -- United States -- Appendix B: The Professional's Terms for Describing Tea -- Appendix C: Choice Teas from Around the World -- Appendix D: Tisanes, or Herbal "Teas" -- Rooibos -- Yerba Mate -- 25 Time-Honored Herbal "Teas" and Blends -- Appendix E: Best Times of Day for Different Tea Selections -- Appendix F: Tea with Food -- Appendix G: How to Brew a Perfect Cup ofTtea -- Appendix H: Cooking with Tea: The Possibilities -- Appendix I: Tea and Health -- Useful Websites -- Selected Bibliography
Control code
000041076267
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
247 pages
Isbn
9780804837248
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2006037833
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.

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