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An advance reading copy of Jeff Koehler’s Darjeeling due to publish in May arrived this week. Sometimes publishers send me food books that aren’t cookbooks, even those most everybody knows I almost never review darjerling. I was about to add it to the “Library Donation” pile, when, for some reason, my curiosity stirred.
I think it was the phrase “the champagne of teas” that caught my eye. I looked dubiously at my teapot, ever-present in winter, filled with an inexpensive Earl Grey I buy in bulk.
Definitely not the champagne of teas.
Sure, I enjoy the taste, but mostly I drink it to stay warm, from 8 in the morning till 6 in the evening, at which point I switch to the house red. There don’t seem to be any books about Earl Grey although it surely has a huge following among Star Trek: Darjeeling, though, is another story. Perfect literary material, in other words.
It’s increasingly likely there’s a cup of Darjeeling in my near future. For now, though, the review copy of Darjeeling will see me through a couple of weekday lunches – accompanied by a pot of cheap Earl Grey.
Dark Road to Darjeeling
I must comment that while I am not a tea aficionado, I have been to Darjeeling and I truly enjoyed my tea sipping experiences there. We tried all sorts of teas, straight with no adornments, and I must say I’ve continued to acmino the various teas we brought back. My go-to tea is Irish Breakfast malty notes! I love tea and have been a member of the minority of Americans who drink tea since college.
We traveled to darjedling Midwest this fall and counted myself lucky if I could find Liptons tea. I just picked up a used copy of “All Cakes Considered” by Melissa Gray and have been browsing through it at lunch each day.
I think tea would be perfect with any of her cakes. You may only comment on the blog if you are signed in. My Home Blog The “champagne of tea”. What’s everybody else reading for lunch today, I wonder?
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