Reviewed by Sarah McCubbin
Through the course of human history, we find a weaving together of events and culture, including people and food, in all manner of combinations. In her book, The Way of Tea and Justice, Becca Stevens paints a picture of the role tea has played as a companion to significant events through the ages, as well as a catalyst for change today. Anyone who loves tea will likely enjoy this book. Her writing is soothing and almost poetic in the way she tells a story painted through the lense of a teacup.
As the founder of Thistle Farms and Thistle Stop Cafe, Stevens has been actively involved in helping women caught as victims and participants