DIFFERENT WAYS OF DRINKING TEA: HOW OTHER CULTURES DRINK THEIR TEA

Tuesday 18th February 2020
6.30 - 8.30pm

25 Lavington Street, London, SE1 0NZ

Tickets £15 each (Incl. VAT)

Join Jane Pettigrew for an evening of teas from around the world.

We’ll be drinking the following 8 brewed teas from different countries prepared in the local traditional way:

  • Mint Tea from Morocco (gunpowder tea brewed with fresh mint and sugar)
  • East Frisian Tea from Germany (strong black tea served with a lump of rock sugar and thick cream)
  • Malaysian Teh Tarik (black tea mixed with condensed milk and evaporated milk)
  • Kahwah from Afghanistan (green tea brewed with cardamom pods, cinnamon bark, and saffron strands)
  • East African Tea (strong CTC black tea brewed with fresh ginger and served with milk and sugar)
  • Hakka Lei Cha from China and Taiwan (green or oolong pounded with pulses, seeds, nuts and toasted grains to make a kind of soup)
  • Masala Chai from North India (black Assam tea brewed with spices and sugar)
  • Masala Chai from Southern India (black Nilgiri tea brewed with ginger and fresh basil)

Places sell fast and are limited so book your ticket now to secure your place in our studio

BOOK YOUR PLACE

Sign Up
For tea news and events.

facebook brown    twitter brown    twitter brown