Last year, in the wake of the difficult decision to close Imperial Tea Court's original Chinatown teahouse, our teamaster, Roy Fong, took some time to reminisce about the "bird guys" who used to visit the teahouse on weekends, how he began learning about tea, friends he's made through tea, his upcoming book, and some memories from the early days of the business. Although the conversation occurred in the noisy environment of the Ferry Building teahouse, we captured it in an audio file we wanted to share. Have a listen.
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