Free Kindle Book About Tea
There is a book called “19 Lessons On Tea: Become an Expert on Buying, Brewing, and Drinking the Best Tea” on Amazon available free on Kindle today (not sure how long it will be available free for). I downloaded it, worth a try. It has some pretty good reviews. Note, you don’t need a Kindle to read Kindle books, you can download them and read on your computer, or if you have something like a Nook, download a program called Calibre and you can convert the file format. Happy reading!
Thanks for the tip, James! Just grabbed it and will read later.
I don’t have a Kindle. I downloaded the kindle for pc app and then grabbed this one.
Thanks. I got it too, and am looking forward to reading it on my kindle.
Thanks for the heads up! Going to dl it on my other computer for calibre, and possibly on my Kindle as well for light reading. I love having variety in there.
Too late. It’s now $2.99. Any reviews?
It is an easy quick read. I read it in one setting. It covers about everything including yellow tea, blends, and herbals. I picked up some new info. There are some errors regarding caffeine. Knowing they got it wrong on caffeine means I would have to verify the new stuff I learned before I would feel comfortable repeating it. Otherwise, it is a good basic primer. Free it was worth reading. At $2.99 it would be a nice little addition to a library. Any higher and I would pass.
I wrote a review about it when it first came out some months ago: http://www.myjapanesegreentea.com/19-lessons-on-tea-book-review