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As a guy that wrote a book about how plants and people combine to make the great tastes that we find in tea: Harney & Sons Guide to Tea, I am always looking out for interesting articles. There was an interesting article in the Washington Post: The tea plant has a whopper genome: 

Visit this post from the Washington Post.

It is a great read!


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Di Patterson
Di Patterson

May 05, 2017

Hey Mike,

Thanks for your enjoyable book, and thanks for your really stellar teas! I truly enjoy Harney And Sons Tea Company and appreciate your tea ratings. And your company does do a really good job with it’s social media, too :-). Cheers!

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