eighty degrees, Issue Ten
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We love tea and we love print.
And so we brought the two together and crafted a premium tea magazine.
eighty degrees will have you discover the beautiful and rich culture of tea.
In this issue:
In this celebratory issue, we invite you to explore the captivating story of gyokuro, a rare and elusive Japanese tea.
Discover why water is not just water, as Martin Riese, a water sommelier, shares intriguing insights into water composition, sources, and the diverse flavours it can offer, and find out which is the best water that you should be drinking.
Join us as we dive into the world of heirloom and clonal tea trees with Shunan Teng. Understanding their differences will deepen your appreciation for tea and connect you with tea enthusiasts from generations past.
Embark on an exciting oceanic journey, racing to bring the first tea leaves to a thirsty market.
Uncover the secrets of blending tea with aromatics from an alchemist in Lisbon, as they reveal how to create delightful tea experiences that resonate with customers.
As a special treat, we invite you to explore a vast collection of tea paraphernalia, spanning continents and centuries, with twenty unique teaware pieces waiting to be discovered.
Immerse yourself in the soundscape of a tea experience set in a green oasis, occasionally interrupted by the gentle sounds of humans.
Now with even more pages, delivering more great content to you.
And to add to your enjoyment, we’ve curated a special soundtrack of 13 songs, each representing a topic from issue 10. So sit back, relax, and immerse yourself in the delightful words and sounds of this new issue.
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