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Have you ever wondered how the tea in your everyday cuppa gets from the plantation to your cup? Can you tell a Darjeeling from a Ceylon, an oolong from a white? Do you know why they are different?
Now you have a chance to find out everything you ever wanted to know about tea! Due to popular demand, The United Kingdom Tea Council is partnering with two of the country's leading experts and offering a series of one day seminars for anyone who wants to discover more about our favourite beverage.
The programme includes colour images and video footage and covers the following topics:
Each member of the class goes home with the following:
The Chesterfield, (Map)
35 Charles Street
For more information about the Tea Masterclasses and to enrole on a Tea Masterclass, please click here.
If you would like to go directly to the Tea Masterclass booking page, please click here.
Jane and Tim also hold Tea Tasting events. For more information about Tea Tasting events, please click here. If you would like to go directly to the Tea Tasting events booking page, please click here.
Comments from past trainees:
"Thank you for delivering such a terrific Masterclass - it was a perfect balance between theoretical and the practical and it was beautifully rounded off by a sumptuous afternoon tea."
"I enjoyed the class so much. I was impressed with how much information you pack into such a short time and yet it's so much fun."
As one of the principal tea tasters and previously Chairman of one of London's leading tea brokers, Tim has a vast knowledge of teas, tea plantations and factories in many parts of the world. He has also, over the years, been a Director of the United Kingdom Tea Council, Vice Chairman of the International Tea Committee, and Chairman of Tea Brokers Central Africa. He now works as consultant to various tea businesses around the world, including Tregothnan Tea Estate in Cornwall.
From owning her own teashop in London in the 1980s, Jane has gone on to write 12 books on various aspects of tea and worked for 6 years as Editor of Tea International, journal to the Tea Trade. She has also acted as consultant to and trained staff in five star hotels and tea rooms in Britain, the USA, Russia and Italy. She speaks at conferences around the world on different tea related topics, and works on several projects with the United Kingdom Tea Council. She has appeared regularly on television and radio.
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