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Announcement: April Promotions

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With the return of Bill from his India trip, TeaSource is taking the month of April to shine a light on this tea producing country. We will have a number of special events, discounts, and education revolving around the Darjeeling, Assam, and Nilgiri tea growing regions.

Monthly Specials
Visit our store or shop online and take advantage of a 20% off discount on a variety of featured Indian teas.

Keep your eyes on Beyond the Leaf for Bill’s musings about his trip to India. He traveled through the streets of Kolkata, to the mountains of Darjeeling, and to the wide fertile plains of Assam.   See photos from tea estates, learn more about India’s tea culture, and hear about Bill’s personal experiences while traveling.

While you follow along on Beyond the Leaf, leave a comment. All commenters will be entered into a drawing for some free tea! More details herecupping Siliguri_web

Travel in Tea: India workshop
Have the unique experience of hearing about Bill’s trip first hand, while tasting Indian teas. Attend a special workshop to hear more about meeting tea growers and brokers, staying at tea gardens, and tasting some wonderful early first flush Indian teas. Outside of the Twin Cities? We will be broadcasting the workshop on Livestream on Wednesday, May 7th.

What is Milk Tea?
Bill discovered a different way to prepare tea, a technique that the Indian culture has been using for more than a hundred years. On April 17th at Noon (CST), Bill will be demonstrating how to make this popular tea beverage in a live broadcast on Livestream.  

We hope you join in and discover the world of Indian teas!

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  • Posted by Jared Linsly on

    Unfortunately, I won’t be able to hear the presentation on the 17th at noon. I wonder if “milk tea” is a relative of chai? Also does the milk come from sacred cows, or is it a different kind of milk?

  • Posted by billw on

    Milk tea is somewhat similar to chai, or masala chai, except there are no spices involved. We will also be doing a step-by-step blog/photo post on how to make milk tea sometime in the not to distant future. And no, the milk does not come from sacred cows, it is made with regular cow milk-although I think it could be done with almond milk also.

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