tea expert

Teatime word cloud and hand with marker concept

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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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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Tea gardens in Nilgiri, India

The Tea Amateur is Becoming an Author(ity)…

I have been tinkering and playing around with the idea of becoming an tea expert someday in the future, but I don’t have any immediate plans of writing the ultimate tea “bible”, or take tea certification courses. With that said, I think my forthcoming tea book series (“octalogy“) and the conversations in the upcoming forum, […]

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