Black Tea

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Mar 10th, '10, 14:47
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Black Tea

by Charles » Mar 10th, '10, 14:47

This discussion thread is dedicated to questions and comments on the TeaClass lesson: Black Tea (http://www.teaclass.com/lesson_0210.html). TeaClass is designed to be a free educational tool so if anything is unclear, let us know! We're also using TeaClass to train our own retail store staff so please feel free to share anything you've heard or read that disagrees with the lesson. Our goal is to continually improve this tool based on your feedback.

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Mar 10th, '10, 14:53
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Re: Black Tea

by geeber1 » Mar 10th, '10, 14:53

This is a great idea!

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Mar 10th, '10, 15:28
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Re: Black Tea

by freddy » Mar 10th, '10, 15:28

It wasn't until I ordered some Assam Harmony and brewed it that I realized how delicious black teas can be. Before that, it was teabag boredom!

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Re: Black Tea

by Chip » Mar 10th, '10, 15:42

freddy wrote:It wasn't until I ordered some Assam Harmony and brewed it that I realized how delicious black teas can be. Before that, it was teabag boredom!

Be sure to check out the TeaClasses, great way to learn as you go. Looking at the way they are broken into small bites, you will be able to pick up a lot of the basics in a short period without being instantly overwhelmed. Nice!

Each lesson has a review and mini test in order to reinforce the lesson.

But ... who wrote the lessons? :mrgreen:

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