A Chinese tea ceremony is a form of graceful and humble art. It’s closely related to Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism. Tea teaches us how to be humble, respectful and how to find the inner peace from ourselves. It also teaches us simplicity and purity.
Of course, it will take a really long time to learn all these philosophy and culture behind it. But we can spend a short period to learn how to make a cup of tea in a proper and authentic way.
As we go into Autumn, the air is getting dry, the weather is getting cold. Some nice Oolong tea is the best for the season. So this time, we will be learning half fermented Da Hong Pao Oolong which is known as the most popular tea in China. The tea plants grow on the cliffs. So it’s also called Cliff tea.
The workshop includes
1 What tea is and a little bit of history
2 All the pots, cups and tools and how to use them
3 What Chaxi is and how to make an easy-to-use Chaxi
4 How to make Da Hong Pao Oolong tea in a teapot
In the end, each of you will receive a gift pack.
Time and date: 14.00-17.00, 12 November (Sunday afternoon)
Location: August Moon Tea, 3rd Floor, 60 Goose Gate, Nottingham, NG1 1FF
Only 6 seats are available for each course! Book yours now! If you have any questions, please feel free to email us: firstname.lastname@example.org