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NEWS: Lisa Mellett, Queen Bee Farms to Present Tea and Honey Pairing at SIAL Canada

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posted Thursday Apr 18, 2019 12:00 AM

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Gail Gastelu

Owner/Publisher, The Tea House Times

About Gail Gastelu

GAIL GASTELU is owner/publisher of The Tea House Times, producer of TeaCourse.com continuing education and TeaEtiquetteCertified.com online tea etiquette certification. She is also producer and presenter of Tea Course Fast Track and produces numerous other products and services to connect businesses and consumers to everything tea. Gail lives in NJ with her husband and two children. Her motto is "Just Do It!"

You’re invited to join Lisa Mellett owner of Queen Bee Farms & Apiary for an exciting and informative Tea & Honey Pairing Workshop, Thursday, May 2, noon - 1pm at SIAL Canada. This workshop will showcase some of the Artisan Crafted teas and honey of Queen Bee Farms & Apiary and will more specifically focus on ways in which honey can play a role in enhancing a consumer’s overall tea experience.

Honey is one of nature’s most rare and prized gifts, and like a fine wine has many complex flavor profiles and subtle nuances to offer up to the educated palate. Participants of the talk can expect to learn reasons why honey is such a natural pairing for tea as well as some tips, tricks and ideas how they too may utilize and enjoy these two timeless and amazing ingredients together.

Participants can also look forward to sampling a variety of honey along with some of Queen Bee Farms unique handcrafted tea blends featuring ingredients they organically grow and produce at their farm on the beautiful West Coast of Vancouver Island, BC, Canada.

Learn more about Queen Bee Farms & Apiary at their website: queenbeefarms.ca

Save 50 percent off attendee registration for SIAL using code SIALTEA19 and find more information at http://www.sialcanada.com/en

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TEA AND HONEY PAIRING WORKSHOP – May 2, noon to 1
Inspire Drink #571 - Registration required at SIALCanada.com + fee
The purpose of this workshop is to learn more about two products that are combined so frequently they have become second nature to many tea drinkers. Why and how the flavors can differ wildly will be explored along with how to turn a tea or honey experience into something much more. Tasting tea and honey, different varieties, discussing other ideas for use, etc. PRESENTED BY:  Lisa Mellett - Queen Bee Farms & Apiary
TEA & HONEY SPONSOR: Queen Bee Farms & Apiary

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