Tea Workshop

Virtual Tea Workshops

$25

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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mansa Tea is taking tea workshops online. Our workshops are educational yet approachable with a combination of tea tasting, brewing, and pairing experiences. 

Our next class will be about the gaiwan brewing technique. During this interactive  class, we will walkthrough

  • different types of gaiwan
  • when and how to use a gaiwan
  • finding the optimal hand position for you

To provide one-on-one coaching to all attendees, we are capping our workshop at 15 attendees. All of Mansa's tea workshops are led by our founder Ashley, a certified tea sommelier.

Don't have a gaiwan? Select "with Everyday Porcelain Gaiwan" to purchase one for $17 (originally $32). To make sure you receive it in advance of the workshop, please purchase it by Monday before the workshop (for US orders).

The content for each class is curated based on the season and requests from you. To request specific topics, please email us here

Sign Up for Class: Sign up at least one hour prior to start time. Space is limited and is available on a first come, first served basis. If you need to order materials for class, such as teaware and tea, please give yourself about a week to do so. If you are ordering the materials from us, we advise placing the order by Monday night at the latest for a Sunday class to ensure timely delivery (for US delivery). 

Before Class (Day Of): You will receive an email with a Zoom link 15-30 minutes prior to the start of the class. If you haven't received the email, please check your spam folder first, and then contact us at concierge@mansatea.com. Then, use the zoom link to  join the class 5 minutes prior to start time.

Event tickets are nonrefundable but transferrable. If you are unable to attend, please let us know to whom you would like to transfer the tickets.

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Forbes's quote about Mansa Tea's workshops

"Innovative tea workshops that not only provide a deeper dive into the world of tea, but the history, cultivation, and story behind it."