Tea on Tuesday

I am actually on time, and early today, in posting my Tea on Tuesday!! Yay!!! I am sipping a lovely mug of Arizona Pomegranate Acai tea, while awaiting our next blast of snow!!!

If it snows, the perfect thing to do, would be to sit in front of the fire, with a hot cuppa tea, and Jason's new tea book to keep you warm!

I discovered Jason Witt's tea blog shortly before he closed it down!! But, now, we can have more of Jason, because he's the author of a new book!

Here is his bio and a little about the book- courtesy of Jason:


Tea is God’s Blessing for your mind, body, and

spirit. The three are inseparable and none is most

important; tea is God’s Gift to your whole person. It

will first give you Peace of Mind, reducing the stress

that could kill you at a young age, and grant you

better focus.

Then tea keeps you young as the Fountain of

Youth. Stress would otherwise age you, along with a

number of other factors, ending with the major

diseases. Tea is known to potentially prevent all that.

And it is spiritual virtue to come to God like a child

(who doesn’t age.) It’s worthy of Paradise .

Finally tea is revealed as the Tree of Life. It’s

the healing Food of Heaven, now available here on

earth for these current generations. And pu-erh tea

shows itself enlightening as a particularly spiritual

tea, a blessing upon those who enjoy it faithfully.


Jason Witt…has God as his Significant Other.

Jason…is an expert on the Spirituality of Tea (with a Western perspective.)

he…likes tea-themed music of all eras.

…is a good listener.

…eats a low-calorie diet.

…has overcome a lot of addictions, including to wine and women.

…doesn't ever want to own a car again or buy his own house (so he's also


…lives the simple life without gathering many possessions.

…nevertheless drinks a lot of tea.

…now resides in Saint Paul , Minnesota , USA .


Jason would like everyone to know his new book is now available on Amazon and he has a website, Spirituality of Tea

Please join us for tea on Tuesdays - visit Patty and Kimmie for a list of participants- we hope to see you next week!


  1. Thanks for mentioning me here, Pat.

  2. Very nice post Pat, I am sure Jason appreciates it! Yes I see he does :)
    Great times to cozy up with a cuppa!!!

  3. Its cold and raining so here am I checking blogs & sipping my tea !

  4. I love making tea as much as drinking it. Boiling water, choosing the tea, choosing the cup, filling the creamer, creating a tray to carry to another room. I love the ritual. It is very calming.

  5. "Lewis Carroll was very particular about his tea, which he always made himself. In order that it should draw properly he would walk abaout the room swinging the teapot from side to side for exactly ten minutes." From Isa Bowman, The Story of Lewis Carroll. Of course, you know I'm entrenched in Wonderland these days. Love tea. Love your post. :)bea

  6. Thanks for sharing Jason's insights with us Pat ..... maybe tea has a way of slowing down the earth's rotation - one cup at a time :)

    I enjoy it mostly for the pause it gives. It's nice to know that it's helping to make me younger too!

    Happy T today!