Our mission: to raise awareness of tea and tea culture in all its forms.
In every podcast episode we talk with a tea expert, writer, seller, industry insider or educator about unique aspects of tea drinking, tea history, tea production or tea culture.
Prerequisites for listeners: none, except an interest in tea. Coffee drinkers welcome too.
You can subscribe to the Talking Tea podcast via iTunes and most podcast apps.
In addition to the podcast, Talking Tea now also hosts periodic live workshops and tasting events. To get updates on upcoming events, sign up for our email list or check back on our website.
If you’re interested in being featured on one of our episodes, or if you have any comments, questions or suggestions, use our Contact Page to get in touch with us.
About the Host
Talking Tea is produced and hosted by Ken Cohen, an actor, voice-over guy, audiobook producer and overall tea geek. For more info on Ken’s other endeavors, see his website at www.kencohenactor.com.
Ken is the narrator and producer of an audiobook version of Kakuzo Okakura’s classic The Book of Tea, published by Spoken Realms and available at Audible.com, Amazon and iTunes. Other recent audiobooks narrated by Ken include Progressive Stages of Meditation on Emptiness and Herman Melville’s Bartleby, the Scrivener.