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Writing About Tea at World Tea Expo

Posted on | June 26, 2011 | Comments

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Tea Time Magazine at World Tea Expo

Tea Time Magazine at World Tea Expo 2011

Tea Magazines and Tea Blogs and World Tea Media
The merry cheery buzz of tea enthusiam is increasing on the World Tea Expo exhibition floor this morning as exhibitors prepare to share their tea knowledge, tea sources, and tea wares with businessess in attendance. If you’ve attended many trade shows, you know what I mean. It’s a sensual experience at any tea gathering from tea party to tea room to tea trade show. The pleasant hum of cheery voices rises from the trade show floor to the press room.

Tea Blogs
Who would have thought there were be so much tea commune and social activity generated by tea blogs? Jason Walker and I were discussing the growth of The Association of Tea Bloggers this morning. An “association”? It’s a good place to find credible tea blogs.
The #1 Tea Blog is TChing, Michelle Rabin’s group, also comprised of world tea experts and authoriteas. It’s a busy group with multiple postings per day.

Tea Magazines
It seems that Fresh Cup has been around forever and its content is always….well….fresh and insightful – primarily written for the trade, it is a good reference tool.
Pearl Dexter, Tea A Magazine, is here. Pearl’s magazine is creative, jam-packed with beautiful tea photos from around the world.
The Tea House Times, Gail Gastelu, booth is busy with multiple activities and is always interesting.
My apologies to all those great writers that I haven’t mentioned. I’ll catch you later, okay?
One simply cannot go without a subscription to Tea Time Magazine, a Hearst Publication, along with Victoria Magazine. And so groupie that I am, here is a photo in the beautiful Tea Time Magazine booth.

About: World Tea Expo and World Tea Media – tea show to the stars.

About the Author

Jennifer Petersen is a tea enthusiast, Certified Tea Professional, teaches various aspects about tea as a business, and a marketing consultant to the beverage industry. Always fascinated by other people who love tea, she is a life-long student and admirer of those who choose tea as a lifestyle.