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Teas of Glasgow Scotland - Rennie Mackintosh Lecture

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Tea Master Bruce Richardson designed this virtual tasting kit to accompany his Zoom lecture for the Rennie Mackintosh Exhibition at The Frist Museum. Sample three historic teas that would have been found in Glasgow, Scotland at end of Victoria's reign.
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Tea Maestro Bruce Richardson has designed this Sampler Set to introduce you to the teas that were offered in Kate Cranston's five Glasgow tea rooms. Kit contains three pyramid sachets each of three teas. Taste these teas along with Bruce Richardson in his free Zoom lecture from the Frist Museum, Nashville on June 24 at 7:00 PM CST.

Sencha Green - This popular green tea comes from Shizuoka, Japan and is grown in the shadow of Mt. Fuji. Glasgow was fascinated by Japanese culture in the late 1800s. Contains the powerful antioxidant EGCG. (3 sachets.)

Abigails Blend - This classic blend of black teas pays homage to the common blends being made in Glasgow in the 1800s, including the Queen's Blend served in Kate Cranston's tearooms and at Balmoral Castle for Queen Victoria. (3 sachets.)

English Breakfast - From the Anhui Province of China, this full-bodied rich, Keemun black tea pairs well with both savories and sweets at breakfast. Moving from coffee to tea? You might want to start here. Drink it with or without milk. (3 sachets)

Register Now for Bruce Richardson's Zoom Lecture RENNIE MACKINTOSH AND THE GLASGOW TEAROOM MOVEMENT at The Frist Museum with virtual tea tasting.

Read more about The Glasgow Tea Room Movement and continue your tea education with A Social History of Tea by Bruce Richardson and Jane Pettigrew.

A Social History of Tea

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