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It’s a Par-Tea

TEA TIME presented by certified tea professional Paula Winchester
Thursday, September 10 | 1:30 p.m.

Enjoy learning about tea traditions while traveling with our presenter Paula to the many tea countries she has visited throughout Asia.

Get steeped in knowledge about these flavorful teas from around the world:
  • Dragon Pearl Jasmine – a masterpiece green tea from Fuan in the northern Fujian Province, China. The tea leaves are laid out to wither, while piling on fresh jasmine flowers nightly for 5 to 7 days before processing.
  • Formosa Oolong – developed by a British entrepreneur named John Dodd in the mid-19th century. A highly oxidized tea to 75%, much darker than most oolongs. Consists of dark brown leaves and stems.
  • Ceylon and India – also known as Orange Pekoe, this is made of strong Assamese and smooth Ceylon tea leaves. A classic British Legacy Tea (BLT) that combines strong teas from the British Colonies. Consists of small, medium brown, broken up tea leaves.

To RSVP, call Diane at 913-393-9570 by September 1 and we will email you the Zoom meeting link.

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Sep 10 2020


1:30 pm

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