Meet the artist: Marie Serreau
Meet the maker: Josiane Védrine
INTERVIEW WITH JOSIANE VÉDRINE - " As a small girl, I liked watching potters throw at the wheel and I've always thought one day I'd do that too. But it took me a while to get there. I first took recreational classes here and there for a long time. And then one day, I decided that would be my craft."
Japanese tea overview
Shincha - Japanese spring tea
Exhibition : Manon Clouzeau
Specialized in the making of bowls, Manon Clouzeau developed a rare affinity for this form. Blessed with acute sensitivity and focus, she provokes playful variations in each and every piece to find unique points of balance between moments, gestures and emotions.
Describing taste - part II
Describing taste - part I
Describing a tea's aromas can be quite challenging at times. From trying to illustrate a generic taste profile for someone who's unfamiliar with the beverage, to pinpointing every note and nuances developing over the course of a tasting session, words often seem to fall short at conveying the sensory experience a tea can produce. But they are nonetheless hardly avoidable if we're trying to make tea a shared experience.