Following the success of Zoom classes of Traditional Chinese Tea Ceremony, Juyan have decided to host more online classes for any tea lovers who would like to learn all about tea and taste some of our teas with your own sampling pack.
With the aim of imparting Juyan’s knowledge and enthusiasm for tea, this online class are designed to be both educational and practical. This class of "fundamental of Oolongs" is to introduce the basic spectrum of oolongs from each origin, how Oolong teas are picked and processed, and also to start to delve into how we approach oolong tea tasting etc.
Tea sample box ship to you:
- Tie Guan Yin - Selected Grade (16g)
- Old Bush Mei Zhan (16g)
- Wu Yi Rock Tea - Da Hong Pao (16g)
- Phoenix Dan Cong - Duck Shit Aroma (16g)
DATE:17th November 2021
TIME: 18:00 - 20:00 (GMT time zone)
PLACE: Online Zoom Meeting
HOW IT WORKS:
Once you purchase your ticket. We will ship the tea samples that you will be tasting. We will email you the Zoom link for joining the session two days before the class. If you haven’t received the email, please check your spam folder first, and then contact us at email@example.com. Then, use the link to join the class 5 minutes prior to start time.
- Due to shipping time, there is the register deadline so we can ensure your tea arrives on time.
UK mainland: please book the session ONE WEEK minimum in advance. Free shipping.
For E.U. residents: please book your session 10 DAYS minimum in advance. There will be £12 shipping charge for the tea samples or free shipping over £80 purchase.
For the rest of the world: please book your session FOUR WEEKS (including weekends) minimum in advance. Shipping cost will be added at the check out or free shipping over £250 purchase).
WHAT YOU NEED?
For this class, you will follow Juyan to brew oolongs teas, so please prepare the following practical items:
- A Gaiwan: any size from 100ml to 200ml made with any material or a small teapot
- A kettle with a heat source
- Water: filtered tap water if possible or bottled water with pH 6.7-7 and Dry Residue at 180 °C under 180.0.
- Matched size tasting cups.
- A Cha Hai, a tea pitcher or any matching size decanting vessel
- A tea tray, or any flat tray, or a towel for catching / wiping spillages during brewing.
- A scale for measuring the tea leave.
If you have any questions, please do fell free to email me.