A series where we envisage what our collection of sensorial and esoteric teas would be, act, and think as personalities. What would it eat? What would it listen to? How would it spend its time? What would it dream about?
Consider Sencha, Satsuki — a deeply green tea reminiscent of summer adventures by the lake. This is our producer's most beloved sencha, with a savory profile characteristic of its famed growing region. With its elegantly silken texture, Sencha Satsuki is pleasingly earthy, with a finish that’s airy, light, and effortless... to enjoy it is to both savor the moment and linger in its afterglow.
Continue reading to imagine what Sencha, Satsuki might eat, listen to, read and dream about...
① TO LISTEN
Cruza's Dog Daze
② TO READ
“The notion of my future suddenly snapped into focus: it didn’t exist yet. I was making it, standing there, breathing, fixing the air around my body with stillness, trying to capture something - a thought, I guess - as though such a thing were possible, as though I believed in the delusion described in those paintings - that time could be contained, held captive. I didn’t know what was true. So I did not step back. Instead, I put my hand out. I touched the frame of the painting."
— Otessa Moshfegh, My Year of Rest and Relaxation
③ TO CONTEMPLATE
Photo credit unknown
④ TO TASTE
Poached pears with vanilla
An elevated Rice Krispie treat
Both by Alix Lacloche
⑤ TO WATCH
Kooky "back to school" nostalgia of all kinds — recently viewed and enjoyed the newly released Theatre Camp from Molly Gordon and Nick Lieberman
⑥ TO VISIT
Yves Dana & Richard Höglund at Waddington Custot, London, UK until September 23, 2023
Works by two artists complementary to one another for the powerful simplicity of their pieces (and each rich with historical reference).
⑦ TO MUSE
More modularity, freedom to express, exploration. Photo credits Grycja Erde