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Bruce Richardson
Tea Maestro Bruce Richardson is the owner of Elmwood Inn Fine Teas & Benjamin Press. He is an author, columnist, and frequent speaker at global tea events.
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Bruce Richardson Apr 11
Bruce Richardson is Designing new teas today at Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum as we expand their signature tea line. He and Shelley Richardson had the pleasure of making tea In Isabella’s private 4th floor dining room!
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Bruce Richardson Apr 8
A longtime customer brought in this first generation package, circa 1992. Sadly, all the tea was gone! If you have packaging from this era, we would love to see it!
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Bruce Richardson Mar 30
Caption this tea scene! Best caption wins a tin of Cherry Rose Green Tea pyramid sachets. Contest ends 4.3.19 at midnight EST . . . . ...
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Bruce Richardson Mar 29
Bruce Richardson is interviewed on Japanese TV about his comments on Tasting the organic teas at Sakamoto garden in Kagoshima Japan. Bruce presented the owner with a copy TeaTime Magazine.
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Bruce Richardson Mar 27
Blowing away insects without pesticides using a “Hurricane Machine” on an organic tea farm in Kagoshima Japan.
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Bruce Richardson Mar 13
We hope to see you at The Kentucky Crafted Market this weekend!
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Bruce Richardson Mar 12
TEA BLAST! We’re blasting social media with 10 new tea blends! South Sea Symphony tea blends Sri Lankan black tea with Sencha green tea for a harmony of flavors enhanced by currants, rose petals, cornflowers,...
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Bruce Richardson Mar 8
Richardson returns to Lunch with the Arts for tea time on March 13 - The Advocate-Messenger
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Bruce Richardson Feb 26
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Bruce Richardson Feb 19
The Real 'Favourite' Of Queen Anne's Era? Tea, And The Gossip That Swirled Around It
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Bruce Richardson Feb 13
Here's a look at the London Tea Auction and UK tea packaging in the 50s. The London Auction, begun in 1679, closed in 1999. Benjamin Press author Jane Pettigrew was there for the closing gavel. Teacup Storm (1955) via
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Bruce Richardson Feb 13
Teatime in Québec via Magazine
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Bruce Richardson Feb 12
Here are a couple of great Valentine's Day gift ideas to consider for your tea drinking sweetheart! — at Elmwood Inn Fine Teas
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Bruce Richardson Feb 8
•Tea and Book Pairings• This full-bodied Darjeeling Autumnal steeps a rich liquor that is a bit more robust than the First and Second Flush offerings. Pair with James Norwood Pratt’s The Ultimate Tea Lover’s...
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Bruce Richardson Feb 7
Join Bruce Richardson as he takes you on an adventure through Boston's Gilded Age with Okakura Kakuzo, author of The Book of Tea, Wednesday, March 13 | 12pm to 1pm $5 at the door ($3 students). Hosted by The Community Arts Center, Lunch with the Arts.
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Bruce Richardson Feb 7
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Bruce Richardson Feb 7
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Bruce Richardson Feb 3
•Tea and Book Pairings• Strawberry-Kiwi Caffeine-Free Fruit Infusion is a favorite of our young customers, ideal for a children’s tea party, thanks to its natural sweetness. Pair with Children’s Tea and...
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Bruce Richardson Jan 30
Bruce Richardson teamed up with Centre College Lincoln Scholars Director Robert Schalkoff to teach The Second Boston Tea Party during the Winter Term. 21 students toured Boston's MFA, the Isabella Stewart...
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Bruce Richardson Jan 29
•Tea and Book Pairings• Green Tea: A Quest for Fresh Leaf and Timeless Craft. Today’s green tea advocates are again myriad, but few are as passionate as Hugo Américi, Jasmin Desharnais, and Kevin Gascoyne, a...
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