Certified Tea Blending CourseTM

Beautiful San Diego sets the backdrop for an intensive 3-day hands-on Certified Tea Blending CourseTM. The training will focus on the secrets and mysteries of tea blending, along with professional techniques for developing both traditional blends and signature formulas. The 3-day workshop will be held January 18 - 20, 2013, at the Homewood Suites Liberty Station in San Diego, California. It will be followed by 2-months of home study involving various blending formulations and periodic online sessions for support. Registrants completing the training will be awarded a Certificate of Completion and a Certified Tea Blender lapel pin.

With blended teas the first choice among many tea drinkers today, registrants will be trained in blending various types and grades of tea with other teas and with ingredients like herbs, dried fruit, flowers and flower petals, and spices, including Ayurvedic and botanical formulations. They will learn to create professional blends, based on traditional formulas and current market demand, achieving results based on the technical criteria acquired during the workshop. They will also learn to determine the freshness of the ingredients they are using in the mixing and blending phase to assure a natural and satisfying taste.

History of Tea blending
Traditional tea blends
Cultural tea blends
Health benefits of Blended teas & Tisanes
Tea blending Ingredients
Scented teas
Aromatized teas
Blending Techniques & equipment
Blending environment
Blending ratios
Market Trends
Tea Blending Innovations

The course is ideally suited for restaurant and tea court owners and managers, wine sommeliers, chefs, caterers, tea aficionados, industry suppliers, and others who wish to incorporate tea blending skills into their daily lives or current profession.

The entire course will be conducted by Certified Tea Master Sylvana Levesque, Director of our Canadian operations and is accredited by the American Tea Masters Association.

Tuition for the Certified Tea Blending CourseTM is $1,650. Seating is limited. A $250 tuition-deposit is required to register for the course. Click this link to register: Certified Tea Blending Tuition Deposit. We will send you an invoice by email for the balance, which is not due until January 4, 2013.


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