Amber is a tea from the UK and was first brewed in the early 1900s.
This is a fantastic, complex tea that has a subtle sweetness and a creamy texture.
This article is a guest post by Amber, an aspiring tea writer and tea expert.
Amber is an aspiring and very active tea writer, so please check out her blog, Amber’s Tea, and her blog series on the History of Tea, to learn more about her history and tea knowledge.
Amber’s tea is now sold by the likes of Jack Daniel’s and Jack Herer’s.
The recipe is from her book, The Best Tea Recipes from the Past Week, available on Amazon.
Amber was inspired to write her book after spending an afternoon in London with her tea teacher, a young woman named Jane.
“We spent a great deal of time talking about tea,” Amber recalls.
“She asked me to write a book about tea, and she gave me some great advice, and it inspired me to try and make a book of my own.”
Her book, Amber and the First Tea, is an epic history of tea, with recipes and information for every tea style.
Her book is currently on sale at the UK Tea and Wines Shop in London, and has already sold more than 10,000 copies.
This month, Amber is going to publish an expanded version of her book which includes more information on the history of teas, recipes, and the latest in modern tea science.
“I think people have been interested in tea for centuries, but people have only been consuming tea in the last few years,” she says.
It’s more about culture, more about the way that people communicate, how people look after each other, how they cook. “
The tea culture has changed enormously.
It’s more about culture, more about the way that people communicate, how people look after each other, how they cook.
People are getting more creative.
People are experimenting with things, and I love that.”