In 1773, towns across New England protested British taxation by destroying Bohea (black) and Hyson (green) tea, but in the 21st century we have many more options! Join Hillel Bromberg of the Tea Oasis for a gustatory journey through tea history and production to explore just how varied it can be. What was the tea of the 18th century like and how does it compare to today? This is the time to find out!
Tea can be sweet, rich, buttery, and citrusy. It can wake you up and calm you down. Tea has a history that spans the globe and health benefits that will keep you going. It has been cultivated for over 4,000 years and is the second most popular drink in the world (behind water). Come spend some time getting to know tea’s delightful flavors and aromas, as well as its fascinating history, how it’s made, where it’s from, and what it can do for you. You’ll learn how to steep tea for best flavor and sample several varieties, such as a delicate white, smooth oolong, refreshing green, malty black, and a…well…we won’t give away the surprise!Click for More Information