tea lounge

Adding My Two Cents to the Tea Community

I had plans to start a tea forum already in March, but I was not ready then. I am not in a hurry to create a place for tea enthusiasts, but I want to do it in the near future… 😉 I have received some emails from people working with “New Client Partnerships” at Mighty […]

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Metal ship anchor and blank blackboard

The Perfect Cuppa and the Tea Manifesto

The Perfect Cuppa illustration by John Cox, and my instructions on how to brew (steep) a jolly good cup of tea, will develop into an anchor piece, in a form of a tea manifesto. I got inspired by the founders of Banana Republic, Mel and Patricia Ziegler, and their book, The Republic of Tea: The Story […]

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Show Me a Proof of Purchase

Show me the money! 😉 Or even better, send me a proof of purchase (receipt, order confirmation, etc.), and I will give you a special deal on the future e-book, so you could have an electronic version of Tea Book Sketches on your mobile devices. I have ordered 100 copies for the local market, from […]

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tea garden

Author Page on Amazon

Could I claim the “title,” author(ity) on black tea, as I have sold a couple of copies of my first book on tea (Tea Book Sketches – Ideas And Notions About The Second Most Popular Beverage In The World)? 😉 Here is a snapshot of the “ranking” situation: Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,115,329 in Books #491 […]

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Time for a Breakthrough Novelty

Instead of winning a breakthrough novel award, or jumping on (and off) the list with an one-hit wonder, I will publish eight (8) books on tea, over the years to come. I am already planning for the next book on specialty black teas and black tea blends. These books will become novelties and gifts for […]

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Vintage mug of tea and rustic metal cup of dry tea leaves.

Remembering the Copper Pot

I am sorry that I haven’t been publishing new blog posts for some time. But I have been busy, contemplating… I am now back on track and I have sent the final notes for the final layout of the book to Charlotte Stengafvel of Creative Support. I have sent email messages to Johan Gustaphzon, Tom […]

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Green tea leaves at tea plantation in rays of sunset

High Tech Tea

I visited the office of a business contact and found this gadget: Grundlig Gourmet Tea ☕ Maker. Ett inlägg delat av Martin Lindeskog (@lyceum) 20 Mar 2018 kl. 3:19 PDT Have you tested Grundig Gourmet Tea Maker?  

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Gaiwan tea ceremony

Having a Tea Meetup in Little London and Big Apple

As a prep. for our “Everything About Tea” (Göteborg Tea FTW) Meetup (- GOT Tea Party) in “Little London” (a nickname for Gothenburg, Sweden), I listened to Ken Cohen‘s conversation (Growing a Tea Meetup, Talking Tea Podcast) with Roy Lamberty (myteaguy.com), founder and organizer of the tea Meetup (New York Tea Society) in the “Big Apple” […]

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opt-in forms

Could a Popup Lead to an Upgrade of the Content Creation?

Instead of dabbling around with opt-in forms for my upcoming newsletter (powered by MailerLite), I should concentrate on editing the text material and “finish the damn book“… 😉 At the same time, I know that I have to take some time to learn the different features of this tool, so I can deliver a lead […]

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Long Island iced tea

How to Serve Long Island Iced Tea with a Marketing Twist

Got Tea Party? In the cold winter season, it is tempting to look forward to summer parties during the national iced tea month (June)… Do you drink Long Island Iced Tea on national iced tea day (June 10)? I wonder if you could buy a Long Island iced tea product with crypto currency (backed by […]

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