Tea Stories

Snowflake

Snowflake

“In the town of Ashtarak, I worked as a waiter in a cafe where I met John, the father of Patil (“Snowflake” in Armenian). Eventually, we became close friends. I was John’s only friend in Armenia, his wife and daughter weren’t here at that time. […]

David Amaury

David Amaury

“Inspired by David of Sassoun, hero of the Armenian epic poem “Daredevils of Sassoun”, I always wanted to name my son David. But when I got pregnant, and the gender was already known, we had to look for another name due to some circumstances. The […]

European or Chinese Tea?

European or Chinese Tea?

“I was caught in the rain once in London. I was new in the city, left the house without an umbrella, it started raining… well, to make it short, I got wet. And felt that I’m getting sick. There was a garage with a sign […]