THE TEA BOOK

As well as being The Tea Stylist, I am also the author of The Tea Book, from DK Publishing.

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Update:

June 14, 2017, World Tea Awards, Las Vegas, Nevada

I’m  happy to announce that The Tea Book has won The World Tea Award for Best Tea Publication at World Tea Expo. I’m so grateful that the jury recognized this book as a resource for the industry. Acknowledgment is due to the UK team at DK Publishing who brought my words to life with their vision, design and graphics.

Receiving the Best Tea Publication Award (photo by Rita Fong)

Here's the greeting the I received from the DK Canada team!

 

September, 2016

I’m thrilled to announce that The Tea Book has been shortlisted for a Taste Canada Award in the Culinary Narrative category! The Gala Awards night takes place November 14th at the Arcadian Court in downtown Toronto. The Awards recognize Canadian Food Writers who are inspired by Canada’s multicultural landscape and heritage. Have a look at all the nominees – there are some wonderful books to choose from!

The Tea Book is a Finalist!

I’m thrilled to announce that The Tea Book is a finalist for “Best Publication” at The World Tea Awards to take place on June 15, 2016 as part of World Tea Expo events! If you are attending or exhibiting you are entitled to vote. I am so pleased with the response to The Tea Book from readers. I hope you will consider and vote for The Tea Book.

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Comments

  • Darsana Tea

    I bought this book autographed by Linda at World Tea Expo and seriously love it! It is a half picture book and half instructional. IE It is very informative without being overly stuffy. I am a visual learner and at times it is really hard to read pages and pages of text without pictorial content to reinforce the visuals I ‘see’ while reading. This book does that for me and I think one of the most informative teaching tools for either a student or the professional that just needs a recall on a detail. There are also lots of great recipes which was a pleasant surprise.

  • theteastylist

    Hi Renée,

    Thank you for your generous feedback about The Tea Book. It was our intention to make the book’s text and illustrations work well together, so I’m glad that you perceived it that way. It has been very gratifying to hear from readers world-wide who have found a source for good tea information that is easy to comprehend. The book is now available in 6 languages, with the Japanese edition due in September. Good luck with your tea endeavours!
    Linda

  • Dana Martin Huber

    I found your book this week by chance and absolutely love it. It’s simply beautiful!! I’ve been researching and studying all I can and this is going to be an excellent reference/resource anytime I need a quick reminder of something. Thank you to everyone who worked to put this together!

  • theteastylist

    Hi Dana, So happy to hear that The Tea Book is becoming a go-to resource for you. I must admit – I refer to it often, when I’ve forgotten a little fact or 2 ;) It was a lovely collaboration with the talented publishers – DK.
    Thank you so much for being in touch! If you ever have any questions about tea, don’t hesitate to write.
    Linda

  • Terry Nix

    Love The Tea Book