Mary Lou Heiss and Robert J. Heiss have been premium tea retailers since 1974. They are adventurous tea trekkers for their shop in Massachusetts. In The Tea Enthusiast’s Handbook: A Guide to Enjoying the World’s Best Teas, the Heiss’s share their passion for the stories that every cup of tea whispers about the soil and air that nurtured it and the teamaking skills that transformed and shaped it. Sounds a lot like wine, doesn’t it? That’s precisely why I invited them to join us on Wine and Dine. Learn how to decipher tea lists, tea labels and tea menus.;
Shauna Rosenblum enjoyed a ‘life-living-installation’ in wine. As a wee child she accompanied her parents on tasting treks to wineries, quickly picking up the lingo…. “tank sample please?!” much to her mother’s horror, her father, Kent Rosenblum’s pride. An intuitive young woman, she says of herself, “I’m a Visual

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