Puerh Tea Workshop August 17th, 2024
Puerh Tea Workshop August 17th, 2024
Puerh Tea Workshop August 17th, 2024
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Journey into the world of Puerh tea: a workshop with Daniel Lui Delve into the rich history and diverse varieties of Puerh tea as you sip and savou...

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Journey into the world of Puerh tea: a workshop with Daniel Lui

Delve into the rich history and diverse varieties of Puerh tea as you sip and savour a curated selection of exceptional brews. Discover the intricate nuances of Puerh tea as we explore the distinct terroirs of various Pu'erh Mountains. From earthy depths to floral fragrances, each cup tells a story of tradition, craftsmanship, and timeless elegance.

Workshop Highlights:

  • Introduction to Puerh Tea: Unravel the origins and significance of Puerh tea in Chinese culture and the diverse spectrum of Puerh teas, from raw to ripe, aged to young.
  • Discover the art of brewing the perfect cup of Puerh tea, balancing time, temperature, and technique.
  • Immerse yourself in a guided tasting and learn about aroma, flavor, mouthfeel, texture, and color of Puerh tea

Daniel Lu

Daniel Lui moved to Vancouver, Canada from Hong Kong in 1997. He has been deeply devoted to the world of Chinese tea since his teenage years. In 2002, he fulfilled his dream of opening The Chinese Tea Shop. Every day, his shop attracts a diverse group of friends, students, and tea lovers from around the world. They come to purchase a variety of fine teas, share knowledge, explore teapots, attend lessons, and engage in discussions about Gong Fu Cha and tea culture. Daniel Lui's tea shop offers a range of Chinese teas, including Green Tea, Black Tea, White Tea, Oolong Tea, and Puerh Tea. He enjoys showing people how to use Yixing teapots and gaiwans for traditional Chinese Gong Fu Cha. 

Date: Saturday, August 17th 2024 

Time: 2:00-3:15 pm

Price: $40 including Garden admission 

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