Tea Growing in Taiwan:

A taste of tea culture and farming methods in the high mountains of Taiwan
John Wetzel from Stone Leaf Teahouse in Middlebury
Thursday, October 22nd
6:30pm, Free, Lawrence Memorial Library.
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The One-World Library Project will host Tea Growing in Taiwan: A taste of tea culture and farming methods in the high mountains of Taiwan. The talk and tea tasting by John Wetzel, the creator and owner of Stone Leaf Teahouse in Middlebury, will take place at the Lawrence Memorial Library in Bristol on Thursday, October 22, at 6:30 p.m. In the spring of 2008, John and a few tea friends embarked on a trip to the mountains of Taiwan by motor scooter. Tasting teas by day and camping by night, they found a good taste of Taiwan's tea farming culture. Here they met the farmers, watched them process their prized tea, and tasted it with them upon finishing. We will explore how these teas are made and the stories behind them.

For more information call 453-4147. The Lawrence Memorial Library is located at 40 North Street in Bristol Village. 

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