We in the tea world use the term astringency on a fairly regular basis & it is often accompanied in the same sentence or phrase by the word tannins. But what is it really all about? . . .
Sometimes, it’s best to present a piece of perfectly delivered information as is. Such is the case with the article, Sandpaper & Tea: The Science of Astringency by Daniel Bojar.
Although written with a cocktail creation focus, the content is directly applicable to tea.
Find the article HERE
~ Linda Villano, SerendipiTea.com
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LINDA VILLANO co-founded SerendipiTea.com in 1995 with Tomislav Podreka. With a passion for all things Tea, she oversees all aspects of the business; including client consulting, concept and design, staff training, sourcing and product development (recipe creations). Having grown up in a family of restaurateurs and chefs, she considers her role as a purveyor of premium teas & tisanes a natural continuation of her family’s culinary tradition. Linda is a published illustrator and writer. Her illustrations appear in Tomislav Podreka’s book, SerendipiTea: a guide to the varieties, origins and rituals of tea, and she writes articles about tea for trade publications.
Linda also writes for TeaCourse.com - check it out for more in depth knowledge on all things tea.
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