Every spring, many in the tea industry look towards Darjeeling to signal the beginning of the harvest year. First flush Darjeelings begin to appear in April and assessments are made as to the quality of the harvest. Was there a prolonged drought? A late frost? Did that ethereal quality that can produce a stunning tea come to fruition at the hand of the teamaster? This class will taste 2015 teas from five major tea regions beginning with a 1st Flush Darjeeling, and pair with a light lunch of crepes, both savory and sweet. Tea will also be featured in the recipes. This is a one-hour class.
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Jul 10, 2015 @ 12:00 pm – 12:00 pm