Episode 2 of The Perfect Cuppa: Tea Sketches Podcast

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Gathering Tea Enthusiasts

One of the 3 words for 2019, is gather. In order to gather tea enthusiasts on a regular basis, I am organizing Gothenburg Tea FTW Meetup – GOT Tea Party events, every two weeks. Today we will be tasting Teaneer Whole Leaf Green Tea, direct traded from Vijayalakshmi Natural Farms Private Limited, in the Nilgiris, […]

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Virtual Tea Room Powered by Palapa

I am ready to (slowly) open the doors to the (jolly good) online community, Theo Tea Room. The forum (tea.palapa.co) is powered by Palapa. Listen to episode 327 (Introducing Palapa.co – 10 Lessons From 10+ Years Running Online Communities) of the Fizzle Show. I have added 11 topics so far: General Theo Tea Room Introductions […]

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Is Tea Compatible with Canned Spam Comments?

I am back on track, after removing >1000 spam comments. I have to do some updates of this blog and site in the near future. I will share editor’s note to self in an upcoming episode of my podcast, The Perfect Cuppa: Tea Sketches.

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Note to Self

I want to write a short note as the editor of this site. I have now finished Seth Godin’s book, This Is Marketing, and then I read the extra material, I saw that I wrote “neophytes,” instead “neophiliacs.” As a (rational) egoist, I have some issues with the way Seth Godin is talking about selfishness […]

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Tea Light(house) for Neophytes

May I (and Theo) be your lighthouse to the fascinating world of tea? (Talking about lights, do you use tea-lights for warming your teapot?) I am listening to Seth Godin’s latest book, This is Marketing: You Can’t Be Seen Until You Learn To See. (If you want to support my blogging, writing, and other types of content […]

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When the Chips are Down

How do you feel when the chips are down? I am listening to the song, Under Pressure, trying to see the opportunities and finding solutions regarding my situation. I am glad that I have sold / bartered / distributed about two-thirds of the first (local) printing of my first book on tea. Circa 30 copies […]

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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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The Perfect Cuppa – Tea Sketches Podcast

I will soon launch my new podcast, The Perfect Cuppa – Tea Sketches. Stay tuned! 😉   Visa det här inlägget på Instagram   Good things in life: 🥐 🥨 Croissant pretzel style. Toasted it and then added crunchy peanut 🥜 butter. Yellow 🏷 Label black ☕️ tea, with a splash of 🥛milk. Prep. for […]

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The Tea Reference to Charles Grey

Do you want to have a word with Charles Grey regarding the black tea blend with bergamot oil? Would you say hooray to a lip balm with a scent of Italian Bergamot oranges? A comment on a greeting, made a storm in my teacup. When is a Good Generic Time of the Day to You, […]

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