A fascinating and magnificent photographic journey on the tea routes by two renowned photographers. Long-distance photographers and great travelers in front of the eternal, Tuul and Bruno Morandi are unconditional tea drinkers. During their incessant journeys, seated or cross-legged on a carpet, they shared countless cups of the singular beverage. "Humanity, a curious thing has always been found around a cup of tea" wrote at the dawn of the twentieth century the distinguished Okakura Kakuzo. In view of its extraordinary age, it is surprising to note that tea only arrived very recently in Europe. Only discovered in the 17th century, when Dutch traders imported it from Chinese ports in Fujian. And it was not until the 19th century - when the Scottish botanist Robert Fortune (1812-1880) stole a few thousand feet of tea plants and the manufacturing secret, then jealously guarded by Forbidden China - that the Chinese monopoly.Fascinated by the ubiquity acquired since by the most consumed drink in the world, the traveling couple set out to travel the ancestral tea routes, from China to Kenya via Japan, Mongolia, India, Tibet, Nepal, Ceylon, Uzbekistan, Iran, Turkey or the Sahara.