Public Tea Ceremony
Discover the art of traditional Chinese tea ceremonies while sampling delicious tea.
Tea drinking is an integral part of Chinese culture. Since ancient times, the simple pleasure of family and friends gathering to drink tea has been practiced to promote health and well-being. Savour the delicate fragrances, imagining yourself as an ancient scholar at leisure in their garden home! In this session, we will try two different types of tea, to compare and contrast the aroma, taste and flavour profiles.
*Note: Garden admission is included with the Public Tea Ceremony purchase.
Schedule: 45 minutes sessions, every Thursday, Friday & Sunday
Session start time: 10:30 am | 11:45 am | 1:00 pm (Max 8 seats in each time slot)
SPECIAL NOTICE: There will be no public tea ceremony during the day on Friday, September 29th. You will find tea ceremonies as well as culinary delights, captivating performances, stargazing opportunities and family fun activities at our Mid-Autumn Moon Festival taking place in the evening of September 29 & 30 from 5:00 - 10:00 PM. Please join us for an evening of a harmonious blend of tradition and innovation, where dreams take flight under the mesmerizing glow of the Mid-Autumn Moon. Visit Eventbrite for details and tickets.
There will be no public tea ceremony during on Thursday, October 4th as the garden is closed for a private event.
Meet Our Tea Artists:
A curator of specialty tea and tea experience, Claudia strives to bring people together through tea appreciation, education and practices. A certified THAC Tea Sommelier and Chinese Tea Master with TCI, you will find her brewing traditional Gongfucha one day, while creating tea mixology and pairing on another.
With experience working for various tea shops, Véronique's tea journey led her to focus on learning and deepening the art of Gong Fu Cha, a traditional way of brewing Chinese teas. She is always looking to share her passion and knowledge of tea through brewing and tasting with others and looks forward to welcoming you to the tea table.