A honour for to share this workshop with my guest Kosala from Lumbini Tea Valley. I’ve been on an incredible life-changing journey with tea, which is the second most consumed drink after water on the planet. Everybody loves tea and if you don’t it might be because you’re not drinking the right kind of tea and this workshop might just change your mind. Learn things you didn’t know about tea, how to brew it and about the wonderful tea community that is growing in Australia.
I can’t wait to share the story of these tea’s with you from hand spun tea’s to all the tea’s being hand-picked you’re in for a treat beyond words. This is will the best way to spend your Sunday morning!
The valley where the tea you will be tasting come from…
The valley is a place where the soil is un-eroded and nutritious, with pure oxygen rich air flowing in from 18,900 acres of virgin rain forest Sinharaja (UNESCO world heritage site). The warm ocean breeze wafts in from the Southern coast, while the Gin River famous for its precious stones flows through the valley below. The unique combination of atmospheres make for one of the richest, unspoiled environments on the earth.
Once the natural essence of the laves is brought out, the fresh oxygen rich atmosphere of the Lumbini valley comes in to play, developing flavour, aroma and richness, enhancing the wellness offered through the tea as the tea naturally oxidizes.
Sri Lanka has been known for the uniqueness in its teas, and any tea of Lankan origin by default becomes of a higher standard, thus the basis for respect garnered across the world for the moniker ‘Ceylon Tea’.
In this workshop:
- An introduction to Tea
- How to make tea at home
- The importance of good quality tea
- Sample some delicious Tea
- Tea available to purchase
I am Healing Gifts (1.5-hour workshop 10.30am to 12.00pm)
1/7 De Barnett St
Buildings next to Coomera police station – lots of parking available