I just returned with a new perspective from Japan. When it comes to your desire for quality tea in quality 32, A few posts ago, I phoned for all you tea lovers out there to make your voices heard. Now I’m back to ask you. Arrange the tea, when you go out to some location a location. If you think it’ll be bad. If they don’t have tea in their menu. Allow me to explain…
When I moved to Japan, every establishment I moved — and I mean each hotel, café, and restaurant — had tea available. It’s either side of a coin. Everyone drinks tea; thus, tea is served by everybody. Let me make a confession here and now. From the article in which I asked everybody to make tea that is much better to be asked for by remarks, I guess many of you discovered the stink of snobbishness that is stated. My view has changed because I think not just greater tea, but only more tea will help in the grand design.
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Here is my thinking. I can’t help but think back to Jay Leno, as I am writing this. As many of you know, Jay Leno is a gear head. He enjoys cars and it is certainly shown by his assortment. Imagine my shock when I heard him applaud the car industry for hybrids. Hybrids? “Are not they just toasters on wheels?” But I listened further. He went on to describe that cars are just a convenience. Making cars which are better for the environment to point B just makes sense. These cars must be appliances, to be abused and used. The auto industry must crank out lots of those cars by Mr. Leno’s estimation. The big image? This opens the marketplace to more higher-performance collector cars up enjoy the glut of California wines heralded a class of ultra-high-end collector wines. So here is to tea, and finally, better tea for everybody.
Originally posted in September 2011 by Charles Kellogg