How do I communicate with tea amateurs (“lovers of things“) drinkers, enthusiasts, and experts? I have been contemplating on this issue for a bit, and it triggered me to start a new podcast, The Perfect Cuppa – Tea Sketches, and to do a shout-out to fellow authors, podcasters, and tea drinkers:
This solo episode is a shout-out to fellow authors, podcasters, and tea drinkers! A comment on my first book on tea, “knocked” me down for a bit. I am back up now, contemplating on how I will find the “first, ten” and the smallest viable audience.
I will keep working on my mission to “connect tea enthusiasts,” and the goal is to continue with regular meetups on the topic, “Everything about tea,” and in the long run to create a virtual tea lounge, Theo Tea Room.
I have a dream to come up with my version of a “tea blending generator” with a personal(“itea”) touch to it. My first black tea blend, T53 (Tea53), was created due to a journal chronicle in a daily newspaper. I have received inquires for making tea blends for specific situations, e.g., a soothing beverage before bedtime, and an infusion for meditative exercises. I will create GOT(henburg) tea blend before 2021, as a 400th birthday present to the “tea lions” of the second largest city in Sweden, Gothenburg. The tea blend will go well together with a Gustavus Adolphus pastry. 😉
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— Martin Lindeskog (@Lyceum) July 30, 2018
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