Friday, September 13, 2013

Some Tea News and Events


Image from Edible Portland

Tea Growing in Oregon!  The fall edition of Edible Portland features tea growing in Oregon!  Read it here and/or listen to the OPB interview.


 
Sunday, September 15th, 5 – 7 pm:  Pu-Erh Tea Tasting

A special tea tasting event at Newspace Center in Portland, Oregon. Jeffrey McIntosh of McIntosh Tea and Nicholas of Mist Peak Teas will be teaming up for an evening of exquisite tea, great company, and the opportunity to be a part of growing interest in the famous tea from the mountains of Yunnan, China, Puer Tea. More info and to register.



Learn Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony in October at the NW Tea Fest in Seattle!

When: NW Tea Fest is Saturday – Sunday, October 5 – 6
Location: Seattle Center
Conference website: http://www.nwteafestival.com

Register early! Last year we had a very full event!

Class info:  Experience the Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony
(Instructor: Dewey Meyer)
Saturday, October 5, 11 am – Noon

Large Workshop Booth - ($10 materials fee for brewing participants – 10 brewing spaces available)
Up to 25 additional non-brewing participants

Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony was created in Taiwan in the 1980′s as an experience that allows many participants to brew and serve tea together. It is rooted in Chinese Gong-Fu small pot brewing. Wu-Wo translates to “selfless” and embodies that principle. Participants sit in a circle and silently brew, being present with tea, nature and each other. Those that you serve are not the ones you receive from, reinforcing the concept of giving without expectations.

Please join us! No need to bring anything. We will provide 10 brewing kits. 10 people who pay a $10 materials fee will be able to use these kits and be an active brewing participant in the ceremony. All participants, including non-brewers (which can attend at no fee), will be able to taste tea during the ceremony.

3 comments:

Marilyn said...

Oh how I wish I could attend the puehr event, but will be out of town. Looking forward to the tea festival in Seattle.

Angela McRae said...

So jealous of all the great tea opportunities out your way!

somepinkflowers said...

{{ oregon & washington state
are so cutting edge
on
all the Good Stuff !!

please hug Marilyn for me
as
she
has been my go*to Tea person
for Years
& i look forward
to meeting her in person
someday ... }}