Ultimate Pu’er Seminar – Toronto

23 September 2017

This is an extensive 2-in-1 Pu’er seminar/tasting. During our 2 hours together you will be enjoying the taste of authentic rare Pu’er teas while ramping up from the basics all the way to in-depth Pu’er knowledge. We’ll cover the history, the market, and the real taste of aged Pu’er tea.

Cut the light and fluffy tea anecdotes, we’re diving into the real meat of Pu’er. This is a perfect seminar for you have ever wondered:

  • What is a Pu’er tea, from Yunnan, Laos, or Nepal?
  • Big leaf, big tree, old tree and ancient tree, what exactly do these mean?
  • Sheng Pu’er or Shu Pu’er, what’s the difference? Is sheng Pu’er better than shu Pu’er?
  • Banzhang, Bingdao, Pasha, what do these locations mean? How do I choose them?
  • Wet or dry storage, which way shall I go? How can I identify the type of storage used by the taste?
  • Real or fake, can I identify it? How do I know the age of a Pu’er tea?

This is a seminar where you will learn hardcore knowledge about Pu’er as well as up-to-date insider information about what’s happening in the Yunnan tea market and the greater Chinese tea market.

Description

In this seminar, we will walk you through the maze of Pu’er, expose the dead-ends and emerge on the other side free from hearsay and rhetoric. From basic knowledge to insider information, this seminar will unfold the complete picture of Pu’er tea gracefully and deliciously.

Bring your pen and notebook, this is an intensive learning workshop.

Tasting a set of rare Pu’er teas: a Sheng (raw) Pu’er and a Shu (ripe) Pu’er.

1998 Xia Guan Chun Jian Sheng Pu’er. Beijing storage.

Early 90s Da Ye Shu Pu’er. Beijing storage.

This seminar is suitable for Pu’er lovers of all levels.

Additional information

Time

12:00 – 14:00, Saturday, September 23, 2017.

Level

Entry, intermediate, and advanced.

Location

401 Richmond Street W.

Dress Code

casual, no perfume.

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