Eighty Degrees – Issue 3

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Eighty Degrees Issue 3 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. This time, we venture into Vietnam to re-discover the ancient art of making Snow Shan — a tradition strong enough to rival some big tea names across the border. Fuchsia Dunlop, the renowned food researcher, culinary expert, and sinophile, tells us about her experience with tea in the context of food in the land of plenty. We look at various tea habits in Europe and sail across the oceans to learn about the violent history between Britain and China resulting in the Opium Wars. The city of Chengdu will reveal its secrets about the origins of its old tea houses and how they are preserving their status in society. We will drink our way through the Russian Revolution, stroll through colourful Bangkok and end up in the Shire Highlands of Malawi.

Eighty Degrees is a quarterly print magazine from Portugal about the culture of tea. Articles and interview with specialists and enthusiasts about all things tea. We love tea and we love print. And so we brought the two together and crafted a premium magazine. Eighty Degrees will have you discover the beautiful and rich culture of tea.

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This time, we venture into Vietnam to re-discover the ancient art of making Snow Shan — a tradition strong enough to rival some big tea names across the border.

Fuchsia Dunlop, the renowned food researcher, culinary expert, and sinophile, tells us about her experience with tea in the context of food in the land of plenty.

We look at various tea habits in Europe and sail across the oceans to learn about the violent history between Britain and China resulting in the Opium Wars.

The city of Chengdu will reveal its secrets about the origins of its old tea houses and how they are preserving their status in society.

We will drink our way through the Russian Revolution, stroll through colourful Bangkok and end up in the Shire Highlands of Malawi.

Contributors

Suzette Hammond, Todd Pavel, Peter Keen, Gwen Chesnais, Jessica Hernandez, Monica Griesbaum, Farah Abdessamad, Andreu Ferrer, Maria João Arnaud, Filipa Lindmark, Cheng Hao-yun, Paula Calleja, Arianna Dipollina, Denis Freitas

Details: Eighty Degrees – Issue 3

144 pages of beautiful, uncoated paper.

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Eighty Degrees Issue 3 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. This time, we venture into Vietnam to re-discover the ancient art of making Snow Shan — a tradition strong enough to rival some big tea names across the border. Fuchsia Dunlop, the renowned food researcher, culinary expert, and sinophile, tells us about her experience with tea in the context of food in the land of plenty. We look at various tea habits in Europe and sail across the oceans to learn about the violent history between Britain and China resulting in the Opium Wars. The city of Chengdu will reveal its secrets about the origins of its old tea houses and how they are preserving their status in society. We will drink our way through the Russian Revolution, stroll through colourful Bangkok and end up in the Shire Highlands of Malawi.

Eighty Degrees is a quarterly print magazine from Portugal about the culture of tea. Articles and interview with specialists and enthusiasts about all things tea. We love tea and we love print. And so we brought the two together and crafted a premium magazine. Eighty Degrees will have you discover the beautiful and rich culture of tea.

Content

This time, we venture into Vietnam to re-discover the ancient art of making Snow Shan — a tradition strong enough to rival some big tea names across the border.

Fuchsia Dunlop, the renowned food researcher, culinary expert, and sinophile, tells us about her experience with tea in the context of food in the land of plenty.

We look at various tea habits in Europe and sail across the oceans to learn about the violent history between Britain and China resulting in the Opium Wars.

The city of Chengdu will reveal its secrets about the origins of its old tea houses and how they are preserving their status in society.

We will drink our way through the Russian Revolution, stroll through colourful Bangkok and end up in the Shire Highlands of Malawi.

Contributors

Suzette Hammond, Todd Pavel, Peter Keen, Gwen Chesnais, Jessica Hernandez, Monica Griesbaum, Farah Abdessamad, Andreu Ferrer, Maria João Arnaud, Filipa Lindmark, Cheng Hao-yun, Paula Calleja, Arianna Dipollina, Denis Freitas

Details: Eighty Degrees – Issue 3

144 pages of beautiful, uncoated paper.

Sorry, no more products available.

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