Tea Culture: The French Art of Tea
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About the Event
Since ancient times, the dried leaves of the Camellia Sinensis shrub have been used for medicinal purposes and brewed to create an aromatic, soothing and refreshing drink called tea. Originally from China, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world after water. But from Japan to England, Morocco to Russia, it's also a complex blend of art, culture and tradition. During this lunch and learn Emilie Jackson, owner of Emilie's French Tea's, will share her passion of tea through her own traveling experiences.
During this lunch an learn presentation, you will learn about the French Art of Tea as well as:
-How the tea arrived in Europe.
-The different types of teas and what makes them so special and tasty.
-The difference between Tea and Herbal Teas (Tisanes).
-How to brew them to get the perfect cup of tea.
Join us for a unique program experience as we taste different teas from Emilie's French Teas paired with food created by Chef Peter.