Tea plays a central role in many Chinese festivals. Sept. 19-21, 2013 will be the Harvest Moon Festival — this holiday is also known as the Zhong Chiu Jieh, since this is the time of the lunar calendar year when the moon is at its roundest and brightest. Wondering what the Harvest Moon is all about? Come join us on Sept. 20th at Taste Tea House for this inspired tea appreciation event. Celebrate with us as we sit down together to learn about the symbolism of the Harvest Moon Festival with tea as an offering for prosperity and community blessing. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Chinese tea ceremony with delicious hand-made treats inspired by this special occasion. An amazing handcrafted prize containing high quality artisanal teas will be given to one special guest. This celebrated event promises to refresh your mind, body and spirit.
1. Seasonal Herbal Tea (Moonlight Sonata)
2. Gong Fu Cha Tea Ceremony with Oolong Tea
1. Snow Skin Mooncakes
3. Hidden Delights (coconut flakes coated glutinous rice balls)
Seats are limited. Contact us or go to https://moontea.eventbrite.com/ to make a reservation.
Cost: $30 per person, $25 each for 2 or more
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