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The Art of Tea and Tasseomancy and Mystic Tearoom
1367 Main St E, Hamilton, Ontario L8K 1B8
The Art of Kombucha Tea
A Make and Take Workshop with Amy Taylor and Connie Spears!
Please join Amy Taylor, owner of The Art of Tea and Tasseomancy and Mystic Tearoom, and Connie Spears, a long time maker/drinker and promoter of Kombucha, for a fun evening of learning about and making Kombucha Tea!
Kombucha (also tea mushroom, Manchurian mushroom, formal name: Medusomyces gisevii) is a variety of fermented, lightly effervescent sweetened black or green tea drinks commonly drank for its health benefits. But, the bonus is they taste great too!!!
In this workshop we will go over the health history, the health benefits and we’ll be making a batch of kombucha from scratch. You will be able to go home with a scoby culture and starter liquid for you to be able to make more at home!
You will also be tasting 3 ready made Kombucha blends from the local (Burlington) company Booch and will also take your own bottle of their Old Fashioned Booch home!
Come on out and join us for a TEAlightfully tasty workshop!
Space is limited to 8 people so pre-registering for this evening will be required. You can do so by emailing [email protected]
or texting 905-865-2711 or calling 289-396-0158 or messaging Amy through Messenger.
About Amy Taylor:
For 30 years Amy Taylor has been a Tea Enthusiast and a professional Tea Leaf Reader. She is the sole owner of The Art of Tea and Tasseomancy and TAoTaT's Mystic Tearoom. Amy has completed the Tea and Herb Association of Canada’s Tea Sommelier program and will be taking the certification exam in early 2018. She is also in the process writing a book about the mystical side of Tea.
Amy has been teaching Tasseomancy for 17 years and about Tea for 10 years. She also has been featured, interviewed and quoted in many articles, blog posts, other media and social outlets as an authority on Tasseomancy.
Amy is also a Community Herbalist and Horticulturalist, author and artist. In her private time she is an avid organic gardener as well as a committee member and treasurer for the Hamilton Gage Park Community Garden. Amy’s home gardens are The 2017 Monarch Awards winner, and a 2016 Awards finalist. For more information please visit taotat.ca