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Jonathan Kelsey of Joekels Tea Packers devotes his days to achieving the fine balance of leaves that go into their teas; indeed, he is a master of the art of tea tasting. Photo: Supplied
Jonathan Kelsey of Joekels Tea Packers devotes his days to achieving the fine balance of leaves that go into their teas; indeed, he is a master of the art of tea tasting. Photo: Supplied

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Well, no, not quite. What does it take to reach that moment of the sip? As with many things in life, much more time is spent on the preparation than on the enjoyment of the finished product. Jonathan Kelsey of Joekels Tea Packers devotes his days to achieving the fine balance of leaves that go into their teas; indeed, he is a master of the art of tea tasting.

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