Where to Find Tea Balls and Infusers Washington DC

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Washington National Cathedral
(202) 537-8993
Massachusetts and Wisconsin Avenues NW
Washington, DC

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The Mansion on O Street
(202) 496-2020
2020 O Street NW
Washington, DC

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Shanghai Tea House
(202) 338-3816
2400 Wisconsin Avenue NW, 2nd floor
Washington, DC

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Empress Lounge at Mandarin Oriental Hotel
(202) 787-6868
1330 Maryland Avenue SW
Washington, DC

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CocoLibre
(202) 939-2717
786 Harvard Street NW
Washington, DC

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Hillwood Cafe at Hillwood Estate, Museum, & Gardens
(202) 686-5807
4155 Linnean Avenue NW
Washington, DC

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Teaism
(202) 667-3827
2009 R Street NW
Washington, DC

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Snap
(202) 965-7627
1062 Thomas Jefferson Street NW
Washington, DC

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Just Paper and Tea
(202) 333-9141
3232 P Street NW
Washington, DC

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Renaissance Mayflower Hotel
(202) 347-2233
1127 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, DC

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Information: Tea drinking has thousands of years of history in Asian culture. Today, tea consumption and production are widespread all over the world. This class offers an introduction to the Chinese tea tradition, including major categories and characteristics of tea. We'll learn how to properly brew tea and how to choose between many different selections. Our samples will include Lion Mountain Dragon Well (green tea), White Hair Silver Needle (white tea), Premium \i Qi Men \i0 (black tea), Monkey Pick \i Tie Guan Yin \i0 (oolong tea),\i Pu Er \i0 Tea (aged, 2004 Vintage \i Shu Pu \i0), and \i Pu Er \i0 Tea (young, 2011 \i Lao Ban Zhang \i0 Mountain \i Sheng Pu\i0 ). Please note: all of these teas contain caffeine. A $12 tea fee is included in the course fee.Course Code: F917 Sec. 01: 1 Saturday, 10:00 am-12:00 noon. March 31, Brookline High, $42 ($30 plus $12 tea fee).

Instructor: Roger Wu

Biography: Roger Wu is a tea enthusiast who has been pursuing his passion for tea for more than twenty years. To him, tea is not just a drink but a way of life. Roger's daily enjoyment of tea is combined with his appreciation of Chinese classical music and other traditional Chinese arts and culture. Over time, he has gained a lot of knowledge on the history of Chinese tea and learned to appreciate a vast variety of Chinese tea. In recently years, Roger has been introducing and demonstrating tea drinking at leisure and found it most enjoyable to share his tea knowledge with others. Roger Wu has a M.B.A. from Babson College and is currently working at Monster Worldwide Inc. as a senior finance director.

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