TEA 101 MasterClass - March 23-25, 2015

This three-day masteclass is your introduction to becoming a tea professional. We've coached over 400 students over the past 14 years in small class settings. We can help turn your tea dream into reality. Save $200 when you register before January 1!
Price: $499.00


You are registering for our Spring 2015 TEA 101 MasterClass to be held March 23-25, 2015 in Lexington, Kentucky and hosted by Bruce & Shelley Richardson. Your two free textbooks, including Bruce's NEW TEA COMPANION, will be shipped immediately.

Tuition includes lunch on Tuesday at The Gratz Park Inn and Afternoon Tea on Wednesday at The Greentree Tea Room. Housing is not included.

Cancellation policy. The total cost is $1499 when you register before January 1 - a $200 savings! You will be charged $499 today. Your $1000 balance is due February 23, 2105. Cancellation policy: No refund is allowed after February 23, but you may attend a future session by paying an additional $100 administrative fee.
 

Class size is limited. Discounts are available for multiple family or business attendees so bring a business partner or family member and save hundreds of dollars! Call 800.765.2139 for details.



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Empowering experience
Phyllis Osborne (New Jersey) 5/15/2014 4:46 PM
The knowledge I gained on how to operate a tea shop is priceless. I walked away feeling empowered and thankful to have attended such a wonderful event.
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Artists at work...
Nancy Branch (Quebec, Canada) 5/15/2014 4:44 PM
I enjoyed every minute of the seminar, and Bruce and Shelley are warm and entertaining speakers. Informative lectures and beautiful surroundings with people who have raised tea food presentation to an art form!
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Great hands-on experience!
Sheryl Abernathy (Ohio) 5/15/2014 4:42 PM
I've read about tea tasting in books and taken an online course on tea but, for me, learning that has to be hands-on, just the way we experienced it in this class.