The Basics of Tea with The Cozy Tea Cart


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September 25th


     Join The Herb Society of America's NorthEast Seacoast Unit at 7pm on September 25, 2018 in Strawbery Banke’s Tyco Center as Danielle Beaudette of The Cozy Tea Cart (TCTC) ( and certified Tea Specialist will explain the basics of tea which will provide you with the answers to your questions on where tea comes from and how it is different from herbal (tisane) blends. In her discussion, she will feature a variety of teas from around the world and explain their production. She will take you on a journey from the tea fields to the tea in your cup! Danielle will offer a tea tasting of three different types of tea to enjoy during the lecture.


      Danielle Beaudette is one of the first 15 individuals in the world to be certified in all levels as a Tea Specialist through the Specialty Tea Institute in NY and has completed over 60 tea seminars at the World Tea Expo. She has researched and learned first-hand about the production of tea through her Asian tea travels and relationships with Chinese, Indian, Sri Lankan, Japanese, Nepalese, and Taiwanese tea growers. Danielle sources only the finest, high quality, freshly imported teas, earning The Cozy Tea Cart the title of “Best of NH” from New Hampshire Magazine. Just as important as the quality of her tea, she promotes excellence in service and pride in educating her customers.


     The Herb Society of America NorthEast Seacoast Unit is hosting the event. Admission is $7.00 ($5.00 for Strawbery Banke Museum and non NESU affiliated Herb Society members).  Pre-registration is required. 

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