2018 LECTURES - Sunday, Nov. 4th
All lectures are free with general admission.
please note space is limited. SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
TEA AND TERROIR
SUNDAY, November 4th, 11:30am-12:30pm
Every tea origin has its own unique combination of meteorological, geographical and geological specifics that separates it from all other growing environments. These variables will stimulate or inhibit the growth patterns of the plant, reactions that create a sense of place and identity. A series of physical and chemical markers that become the distinguishing features of every “origin specific” production.
JAPANESE TEAWARE: ENJOYING AN AUTHENTIC BREWING EXPERIENCE
SUNDAY, November 4th, 1-2pm
noli ergas, SUGIMOTO TEA COMPANY
“So you brew matcha in a teapot, right?” If you’ve found yourself with similar (or maybe less embarrassing) questions, this class is for you! You’ll be introduced to the staple Japanese teaware for most everyday brewing, as well learning how to recognize signs of quality and becoming acquainted with specific vessels for higher grade teas. Learn the most suitable teaware to get the best brewing and flavor experience from your tea, with a focus on Japanese loose leaf teas.
CANNABIS 101 AND WHY IT BELONGS IN TEA
SUNDAY, November 4th, 2:30-3:30pm
CHELSEY MCKRILL, KIKOKO
Curious about cannabis? Learn about the health benefits of cannabis and why two women decided to marry cannabis and tea into one reliably dosed product.
Please check back soon for more classes on Sunday, November 4th.