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Dark Tea Masterclass Presented by Juyan Webster

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London School of Coffee

Unit 3A Imperial Studios, Imperial Road

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Dark Tea Masterclass Presented by Juyan Webster

Friday 5th April 2019
9.30am - 4.30pm

This module counts towards the Tea Master Certification (Advanced, Level 3).
If you are already qualified as a UKTA Tea Sommelier, please book directly with us to get the special price of £375 + VAT, by emailing info@ukteaacademy.com

Everyone is welcome: even if you are not training for the Tea Master certification you may still attend this masterclass.

ABOUT JUYAN WEBSTER
Juyan is a member of the UK Tea Academy tutor team. She is the owner and founder of the The Chinese Tea Company in London. Growing up in Zhejiang Province, which is one of the most important provinces of China in tea production, Juyan was surrounded by tea and tea culture. Her family grew tea on their land where, as a child, she worked alongside her mother, picking and processing tea. It was this upbringing that shaped a passion for tea and her vast knowledge of tea production.

COURSE CONTENT
This full day course will discuss what Dark tea is, how and when the Dark Tea was invented and then developed in each region. We will introduce the different types of dark tea and focus on the most famous Dark Teas from China such as Puer Tea (including Raw and Ripen Puer), Tibetan Tea, Anhua Dark Tea, Liu Bao Tea, Green Brick Tea and Liu An Basket Tea and Japanese Dark Teas. We will discuss how each Dark Tea is made, its growing region and bush cultivars. We will not only taste the different types of Dark Teas but also the different grades, the difference between tea made from ancient tea trees and young tea trees and different growing regions.

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