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Farm Tour and Tea Tasting

Come and take a tour of our tea farm and see how we grow and process our products. A tea tasting is included.  Tours are offered Monday – Friday from 9:00 – 10:00 am and 12:00-1:00 pm.

 

Morning Tea Meditation

Intro to Gongfu style tea brewing.  Join us in the tea dome for a selection interesting a delicious caffeinated teas selected by your host. 10:00 – 11:00 am

“To master THE SKILL OF GONGFU, ONE NEEDS ALL HIS SENSES AND A GREAT AMOUNT OF CONCENTRATION”-TEA MASTER’S BLOG

 

We are constantly connecting to things we can and cannot control. Often, what we consume isn’t good for us and with our busy lives we don’t have time to process all that we take in. Finding a moment to focus on something as simple as water and a leaf can bring you back to center. The Chinese way of making tea is referred to as gongfu, meaning something that requires great skill and discipline. We have found this style of tea making very meditative. It is great for those who find traditional seated meditation hard. Gong Fu Cha calls for quality tea leaves, in larger amounts, steeped in a small amount of water, steeped for very brief infusion times. The leaves can be re-infused over the course of a tea session, the infusion times gradually grow longer and longer with each steeping. Brewing in this way allows the consumer to experience tea in small concentrated infusions. The flavor, aroma and body from the first infusion will be markedly different than the fifth. A journey in self-discovery through one’s senses.

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Evening Tea Meditation

Intro to Gongfu style tea brewing.  Join us in the tea dome for a selection interesting a delicious caffeinated teas selected by your host. 6:00pm-8:00pm

“TO MASTER THE SKILL OF GONGFU, ONE NEEDS ALL HIS SENSES AND A GREAT AMOUNT OF CONCENTRATION”-TEA MASTER’S BLOG

We are constantly connecting to things we can and cannot control. Often, what we consume isn’t good for us and with our busy lives we don’t have time to process all that we take in. Finding a moment to focus on something as simple as water and a leaf can bring you back to center. The Chinese way of making tea is referred to as gongfu, meaning something that requires great skill and discipline. We have found this style of tea making very meditative. It is great for those who find traditional seated meditation hard. Gong Fu Cha calls for quality tea leaves, in larger amounts, steeped in a small amount of water, steeped for very brief infusion times. The leaves can be re-infused over the course of a tea session, the infusion times gradually grow longer and longer with each steeping. Brewing in this way allows the consumer to experience tea in small concentrated infusions. The flavor, aroma and body from the first infusion will be markedly different than the fifth. A journey in self-discovery through one’s senses.