The Origin of Tea Trees


Exploration Series 1.2
Price for one $90. Two or more $81 each.

The tea tree, in its wild and natural form, originated in Yunnan, China. The oldest wild tea tree found to date in Yunnan has been in existence for more than 3,200 years.

You will learn about the types of tea trees grown and cultivated in Yunnan, and how to differentiate tea leaves made from ancient tea trees and young clonal cultivation based on their appearance, aroma and taste. You will also prepare and taste different categories of tea leaves including white, green, red and black, produced from ancient tea trees from various parts of Yunnan.

Elaine Tsien, TAC TEA SOMMELIER, will guide you through this workshop.

You are welcome to contact us for a list of tea leaves you will prepare for tasting and other inquiries related to this workshop series. Private session can be arranged for an individual or small group. Please contact us for pricing and to make an appointment.

The Exploration Series is an extension of our Introduction and Foundation Series. While there are no pre-requisites to attending this Series, it is suitable for you to apply your previously acquired knowledge and skills to continue your practice of the classical art of tea, and to explore the diverse and rich materials included in the art.

If you are new to the classical art of tea and are interested in attending this workshop, you are welcome to join us with the expectation that we will try to meet your needs as long as they are consistent with the objectives outlined for this workshop.

Terms & Conditions:
Cancellation and Absence  |  Allergies  |  Environment   |   Pricing  |  Waiver

One workshop. 2.5 hours //  $90
Location // 38 William Carson Crescent, Toronto

Individual Price at $90. Come with a friend(s) to enjoy 10% discount.
Returning students enjoy 10% off the posted workshop fee and cannot be used with the above offer. (Please apply coupon at checkout)

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Name Range Discount
Two or more people 2 - 5 10 %
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