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Sat March 8, 2014

The Science of Tea Walking Tour

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Chock full of strange and wonderful compounds, tea is a royal beverage with a tale to tell. We'll venture through Chinatown and beyond to sample flavors, do some study of oxidation and diffusion, and dissect the differences between green, black, and oolong. We'll finish with tea time treats at a local tea shop, where we meet with a world-renowned tea expert for a lesson in the fine art of cupping.

2 miles, moderate hills, 2.5 hours
$65/person, includes tastings and tea time treats

Discovery Street offers walking tours that explore the science of everyday life, in your food, on the street, and inside you.
Chock full of strange and wonderful compounds, tea is a royal beverage with a tale to tell. We'll venture through Chinatown and beyond to sample flavors, do some study of oxidation and diffusion, and dissect the differences between green, black, and oolong. We'll finish with tea time treats at a local tea shop, where we meet with a world-renowned tea expert for a lesson in the fine art of cupping.

2 miles, moderate hills, 2.5 hours
$65/person, includes tastings and tea time treats

Discovery Street offers walking tours that explore the science of everyday life, in your food, on the street, and inside you.
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