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Tea in the American Experience: From Colonial Times to Today

Pauli Murray Hall, room 569 102 Emerson Dr., Chapel Hill, NC

Today, Americans are some of the world’s biggest consumers of black teas; in Japan, green tea, especially sencha, is preferred. These national partialities, Robert Hellyer reveals, are deeply entwined. In his new book, Green with Milk and Sugar: When Japan Filled America’s … Continued

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