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Tea Education

Tea Education

Traditions of ceremonial tea drinking last for many centuries. During such a long period the process of picking and brewing tea has turned into sacred action. The work of true tea masters can be compared with the work of artists who write on their canvases new masterpieces.

We invite you to discover this world of subtle feelings, flavors, and aromas, to get deep in the world of tea and tea culture and to understand all its secrets and hidden nuances.

In our classes we will look at the history of China as the homelands of tea, the culture, and philosophy of Chinese people, teaware, production technologies and much more. Lessons with our master are possible in our office or in your place.


The full course of our tea school consists of 12 lessons. Each lesson lasts about 2-3 hours. The first half of the lesson is theory, the second is practice.

Topics of the course:

• History and philosophy of tea
• Tea culture
• China's culture as the motherland of tea
• Classic types of tea
• Technologies of tea production
• Tea utensils
• Determination of quality and proper storage of tea
• Proper brewing of tea
• Chinese Classical Tea Ceremony
• Basics of Tea Tasting
• Basics of tea gastronomy

At the end of the course you will receive a Certificate of Teaching of Tea Mastery. You will have a variety of useful knowledge and skills. You will change your thought about tea and will understand it as a professional.

Classes are held in small groups twice a week. You can apply for participation and clarify the nuances by calling +371 25 65 25 25 or [email protected]

The price of the lesson in the group is 35 euros (per one lesson). The price of an individual lesson is 50 euros per lesson.

2nd level

For 12 lessons, we manage to touch on a huge number of different topics, try a large amount of tea, but as a rule, this does not give a deep understanding of the subject, and time "flies" rather quickly.

After the end of the classes, for those who wish to continue, we offer classes dedicated to a deeper immersion in certain topics of this immense world.

We generally recommend exploring other tea cultures, such as:

• Japan
• Korea
• Vietnam
• Taiwan
• India
• Ceylon

Here each lesson touches upon the history, culture, peculiarities of tea production and consumption. The main focus is on familiarizing the participants with the variety of tea produced in these countries! It is also a great opportunity to practice tea brewing for those who are missing level 1.

Next, we recommend that you return to Chinese tea and study in more depth such topics as varieties of Camellia Sinensis, tea roasting degrees, aged teas, rock oolongs, Guangdong oolongs, Taiwanese competition teas, tea blending, tea testing, the art of aging puer and hei chi and much much more.


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