Last week, I shared my experience attending Camellia Sinensis’ first virtual Summer Session! This week I will continue reviewing the teas that was apart of the event.Continue reading “Camellia Sinensis’ Summer Session 08/2020 (Part 2) | Tea Event & Review”
Category: Event Recap
Over the last few months, the tea community has seen an explosion of online content in the form of courses, events, and everything in between! When I found out the annual Camellia Sinensis Summer Tea School program was repackaged into a virtual online event, I quickly purchased the accompanying teas!
At the Toronto Tea Festival, DAVIDsTEA had a booth showcasing their traditional teas, as well as a talk. Since DAVIDsTEA is a large reason I started my tea journey, I wanted to talk about them!
Last week I recapped Day 1 of the Toronto Tea Festival! This will be the second, and last, day of the event!
I always enjoy going to the Toronto Tea Festival. It is a great way to hang out with old friends and meet new ones!
Over the last two weeks, I shared my experience at the 2019 World Tea Expo. During my time in Las Vegas, I was able to attend various workshops, one of them being a green tea processing workshop!
Last week I posted Part 1 of my World Tea Expo recap where I covered my first 3 days in Las Vegas. This week I will dive into the experimental green tea processing workshop I attended and the rest of my time in Vegas. I thought a fitting cover photo would be a tea I helped with processing!
I love going to tea events and I’ve been always been eyeing the World Tea Expo! It is one of the largest tea events in North America, so I was excited I was able to go this year.
I love going to tea events since there is always so much to see! I went to the Toronto Coffee and Tea Expo a few years ago, so I decided to go again this year! Most of the events I go to tend to be just tea focused, so it was neat that this had both coffee and tea.
One fact that many people don’t know is that 99% of all tea is machine harvested in Japan. However, every year, there is a select amount of teas that are hand-picked and rolled at the start of spring. Last year, I had a chance to be a part of it!