Tea & Food Pairing Webinar (Continuing Education Webinar)

Date: Thursday, November 30

Time: 6:00 – 8:00 pm (Eastern Time)

This Continuing Education webinar will walk you through the complexities behind matching flavours of tea and food and give you the confidence and principles to create unique pairings like a pro.

Shabnam Weber Tea Webinar

Material covered:

  • flavour profiles of the main tea categories
  • introduction to the concept of aroma compounds as found in tea and food
  • guidelines and best practices

Take away:

  • pdf of presentation
  • recording of webinar

This course is for:

  • Graduates of the TAC TEA SOMMELIER® Certification Program
  • Tea students
  • Culinary students
  • Cafe & restaurant owners
  • Wine & Beer enthusiasts
  • Curious minds

Presenter: Shabnam Weber

By the time Shabnam Weber was 24, the Toronto entrepreneur had opened restaurants in Bermuda and Germany. It was through her fascination with specialty tea shops across Europe that Shabnam decided to establish her own tea shop when she returned home to Toronto.

She is a big believer in tea education and has committed many years to the development of a variety of courses to further the knowledge of consumers and industry alike. Using her passion and knowledge of tea, Shabnam has created a place for herself in the tea industry by speaking at numerous tea events internationally and sitting on the Board of Directors of the Tea Association of Canada. In her Director role, she currently chairs several committees and is the author of the TEA SOMMELIER® Certification Program being taught at colleges across Canada, and now online through the Academy of Tea.

Registration Deadline: November 26 (11:30 pm ET)

Cancellation Policy: No cancellations can be made after December 26th. If made before that date a 50% refund will be issued.

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