We have been wanting to put together some of our favourite tea resources in a short guide designed to help emerging Teaists expand and grow their tea knowledge.
As a Tea Practitioner located in Australia, we have tried to highlight some of the great tea resources available locally as well as those internationally that we have personally found beneficial.
We will maintain our guide to ensure it reflects resources that are relevant, approachable and really helpful! Rather than give you an overview of each resource, take a look, see if it works for you and get in contact if you come across any others worth sharing.
Gascoyne, Kevin. Tea. Richmond Hill, Ont.: Firefly Books, 2011. Print.
Keating, Brian R and Kim Long. How To Make Tea. Print.
Websites & blogs
Babelcarp: a Chinese Tea Lexicon
World of Tea
Tillerman Tea. The Ultracrepidarian's Corner.
Talking Tea. Conversations about tea and tea culture.
CuppaCha's YouTube Tea Knowledge channel.
Tea Angle's YouTube The Teapository channel.
And finally, we are often asked about where to drink good tea in some of the major cities across Australia. You can't go past Teashirts.