Gothenburg

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How To Speak to a Gothenburgian, a Gotlander, and a Globetrotter

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 […]

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How Ya Goin (Yerba) Mate?

For the record: I am feeling a bit down (under), after the big book fair in Gothenburg, Sweden. I will continue with my long-range plan to publish seven books on tea, and one book (the eighth book) on alternatives to tea, e.g., yerba mate.   Visa det här inlägget på Instagram   Have you heard about […]

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The Symbolic Price is Right on the Money

Have you watched the television game show, The Price Is Right? I have set the price in a symbolic way, as  a play on words (read: numbers), and a commemoration on what happened in 1773 (December 16). I am glad to read that at least one backer and reader, understands the true value of my […]

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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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