Event short description
Inspired by one of our frequently asked questions, "Can you add honey to single-origin tea," we showcase how your choice of honey can enhance or ruin the flavors of tea. We first showcased these pairings at the Baccarat Hotel, a 5-star hotel in NYC, and we are excited to bring them to you directly!
The host will travel to your location for this event.
See Location details below for more information.
Book now - adjust headcount later
- Headcount can be adjusted up to 5 days before the event.
- This event supports 10 - 100 participants.
Group participation level
- Medium - Guests will be sent a kit or prompted to participate in this event.
- 1 hour
How it works
Each attendee will taste and pair 3 different types of single-origin aged teas and 3 single-flower honey (3 x 1oz jar).
Aged Single-Origin Tea
- [Fuding 2014] Silver Needle
- [Mangfei 2014] Ancient Tree Raw Pu'er
- [Bulang 2018] White Tea
- Lavender honey (1oz)
- Fir honey (1oz)
- Chestnut honey (1oz)
Take-home teas (1oz each, 3oz total) are available as an add-on option.
Things you'll need
Each guest will need to supply the items below to participate fully in this event.
- Table and chair set up for the main event
- Outlets or extension cords (for electric kettles)
- Water cooler
- Sink (for clean up)
The host will travel to your location for this event. Your host will be in contact with you after booking the event to coordinate details.
Ashley Lim is a Certified Tea Sommelier and the founder of Mansa Tea, a handcrafted aged tea company. Having an aged tea enthusiast father who has been sourcing tea for the last 17 years, she grew up drinking aged tea and understands first-hand how confusing aged tea can be for many tea drinkers. In 2018, she founded Mansa Tea to help demystify aged tea and elevate tea experiences for enthusiasts.
Over the last four years, she has worked with Michelin-starred restaurants and 5-star hotels on their tea programs and offered tea education workshops to Fortune500 companies, high-growth startups, and tea lovers worldwide.
Ashley has been featured and quoted on numerous tea and business topics in outlets including Forbes, Business Insider, USA Today, and Food Network. She has an MBA from The Wharton School and graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Columbia University.