A lot can happen over a TEA ! Never MET HER. Staying so far still feel so close……I am overwhelmed, touched by this lovely gesture of Marilyn Armstrong. Thanks for this love.
For Rashmi Kashyap of Soul n’ Spirit, this post is for you.
I don’t remember exactly when, but a while ago … a month? two? It’s hard to keep track of time. I mentioned in a post how difficult it is to get good tea in the U.S. It isn’t impossible, of course. If you have sufficient resources, you can get anything.
Ordinary folk are limited to local shops and the ubiquitous Internet. The problem is not that tea (in general) is not available. It is quality tea, fresh tea, which is nearly unobtainable. By the time we get it, it’s old. Tired. Teabag tea is not tea. I’m not sure what it is.
I’m sure there are sources for better tea, especially in cities which are home to large Asian communities. But not here. In this part of New England, items people can find routinely in shops elsewhere, are unavailable.
We won’t starve. Beef, chicken, some fish. If you want something more exotic…
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