5 Teas from a Fine Italian Tea House to Turn Staying at Home into a Luxury

by Jessica Ellen Monk

Tea drinkers don’t mind Shelter in Place so much. Why? Because tea takes time. Like all the best things in life, appreciating tea demands a day that can float by in the presence of a hot steaming cup or pot. It’s a little known fact that drinking tea requires not only the tea, but the window to look out from, the notepad on which to write, a silent space in which to reflect. This is how tea works: part stimulus, equal parts aroma and atmosphere. Tea is a cure all, it is something to share with a lover or family member. It is one of those constants we can rely on during...

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