Infused - Adventures in Tea

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Our founder, CEO and intrepid tea explorer - Henrietta has only gone and finished her book, at last.

Join our very own indomitable Rare Tea Lady on her mission to revolutionise the world of tea. Infused offers a fascinating insight into her adventures across the globe, and explains how her love affair with tea has shaped her life. Unsurprisingly, her pursuit of our lovely leaves has got her into a fair amount of hot water along the way.

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 9780571324392

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5.0 Based on 26 Reviews
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21 July 2021
Clive
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Such a wonderful journey

I picked up your book at a local cafe yesterday. It was just there, standing in front of me and I couldn’t resist. I can’t bear it. I can’t bear to put it down because I want to keep living between its pages and I can’t bear to pick it up because I don’t want it to end. It’s such a wonderful journey - I mean the journey from page to page. I find my favourite reading these days is less about absorption (knowledge) but more about infusion (the writer’s presence, shimmer, song). Like Micheal Cunningham’s ‘Land’s End, A Walk Through Provincetown’, or W.G. Seabals ‘Austerlitz’, or any number of journal-istic travel-come-biographic texts. Yours has a touch of Debo Devonshire mixed in for an extra kick.

R
28 June 2021
Roberta
United States United States
Passionate about Tea

Reading this book was not only pure pleasure but changed my relationship with tea. It was informative and entertaining. One of my most favorite parts of the book was when she shared her wonderful first tea memories. I made me look back and remember the memories that have given me a love of tea. My morning ritual of making tea has been transformed from the way I brew the tea to viewing the tea leaves as they have changed after steeping in the perfect water temperature. I am anticipating with joy rereading the book and my tea adventures growing. I do not often give books because reading tastes are so different but this one that I love to share with my fellow tea lovers so that their tea experiences can be expanded!

S
03 July 2020
Suzanne
Love, passion & tea

I so loved this book! I rationed my reading to a chapter an evening because I wanted to relish each adventure, each farmer and each tea as a separate and memorable moment. I picked up this book because of my love and appreciation for tea and finished the book with a love and appreciation for Henrietta - her passion for the tea, for the farmers, for sustainability, for sharing simple and enduring pleasures in our fractured world. I am from Boston and would never throw her tea in the harbor! Henrietta’s beautiful website is the travel we all need right now - more love, more passion, more tea.

RH
28 May 2020
Reena H.
Enlightening and joyful read!

I was enticed to borrow this book from the library as it promised off-the-beaten paths of adventure. Little did I know that I will be enlightened by the joys of tea, too. For someone who has been drinking tea from a teabag, oblivious to the stories behind each type of tea, this book opened a whole new world for me. I enjoyed the book so much that I had to get one for myself (and will return the one I borrowed from the library once it is open again). It is delightful to read the book for a second time, and a joy to experience tea on an entirely different level. Thank you, Henrietta, for sharing your passion for tea with us.

S
04 May 2020
Shel
Not just a book about tea, a book about life with tea

Where do I start? I picked this book up never expecting to fall in love with it - but only three pages in I was already hooked. This isn't a stuffy book that talks about how to brew tea, the author truly takes you on a tea adventure, where you absolutely learn more about tea with some funny stories in between. Reading it feels like you've invited a good friend over for a chat who happens to be a tea expert. Not only did I enjoy this book, I've gone ahead and purchased several or Rare Tea Co. teas, which I cannot wait to write more about once sampled!

Infused - Adventures in Tea
Infused - Adventures in Tea
Infused - Adventures in Tea
Infused - Adventures in Tea
Infused - Adventures in Tea
Infused - Adventures in Tea

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Customer Reviews
5.0 Based on 26 Reviews
Write a Review

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C
21 July 2021
Clive
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Such a wonderful journey

I picked up your book at a local cafe yesterday. It was just there, standing in front of me and I couldn’t resist. I can’t bear it. I can’t bear to put it down because I want to keep living between its pages and I can’t bear to pick it up because I don’t want it to end. It’s such a wonderful journey - I mean the journey from page to page. I find my favourite reading these days is less about absorption (knowledge) but more about infusion (the writer’s presence, shimmer, song). Like Micheal Cunningham’s ‘Land’s End, A Walk Through Provincetown’, or W.G. Seabals ‘Austerlitz’, or any number of journal-istic travel-come-biographic texts. Yours has a touch of Debo Devonshire mixed in for an extra kick.

R
28 June 2021
Roberta
United States United States
Passionate about Tea

Reading this book was not only pure pleasure but changed my relationship with tea. It was informative and entertaining. One of my most favorite parts of the book was when she shared her wonderful first tea memories. I made me look back and remember the memories that have given me a love of tea. My morning ritual of making tea has been transformed from the way I brew the tea to viewing the tea leaves as they have changed after steeping in the perfect water temperature. I am anticipating with joy rereading the book and my tea adventures growing. I do not often give books because reading tastes are so different but this one that I love to share with my fellow tea lovers so that their tea experiences can be expanded!

S
03 July 2020
Suzanne
Love, passion & tea

I so loved this book! I rationed my reading to a chapter an evening because I wanted to relish each adventure, each farmer and each tea as a separate and memorable moment. I picked up this book because of my love and appreciation for tea and finished the book with a love and appreciation for Henrietta - her passion for the tea, for the farmers, for sustainability, for sharing simple and enduring pleasures in our fractured world. I am from Boston and would never throw her tea in the harbor! Henrietta’s beautiful website is the travel we all need right now - more love, more passion, more tea.

RH
28 May 2020
Reena H.
Enlightening and joyful read!

I was enticed to borrow this book from the library as it promised off-the-beaten paths of adventure. Little did I know that I will be enlightened by the joys of tea, too. For someone who has been drinking tea from a teabag, oblivious to the stories behind each type of tea, this book opened a whole new world for me. I enjoyed the book so much that I had to get one for myself (and will return the one I borrowed from the library once it is open again). It is delightful to read the book for a second time, and a joy to experience tea on an entirely different level. Thank you, Henrietta, for sharing your passion for tea with us.

S
04 May 2020
Shel
Not just a book about tea, a book about life with tea

Where do I start? I picked this book up never expecting to fall in love with it - but only three pages in I was already hooked. This isn't a stuffy book that talks about how to brew tea, the author truly takes you on a tea adventure, where you absolutely learn more about tea with some funny stories in between. Reading it feels like you've invited a good friend over for a chat who happens to be a tea expert. Not only did I enjoy this book, I've gone ahead and purchased several or Rare Tea Co. teas, which I cannot wait to write more about once sampled!