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Our corporate workshop has been highly successful with various organizations, including and not limited to the government sector, profit organizations and non-profit organizations.

The aim of the workshop is to provide exposure as well as the enjoyment of Chinese Tea. It includes verbal presentations on tea culture, traditional tea art demonstrations as well as the standard tea appreciation session, where our trained staff will gladly indulge your further questions, should you have any. It is definitely a relaxing and enjoyable experience for your staff. Do note that we require a minimum of 20 and a maximum of 40 participants for our workshops, and advanced booking is required.

In addition to the above, Tea Chapter provides spaces for a wide variety of private purposes. Examples of these are staff-meetings, speed-dating events, amazing race pit stops and many other.

If coming over to our Tea house is too much of a hassle, we do conduct outdoor workshops as well.

Our Indoor Tea Art Appreciation Workshop (A minimum of 20 participants is required).

For every corporate package selection, additional SGD $200.00 rental of function room is applicable if the total number of participants is less than 40pax.

Advance booking is required to avoid any disappointment.

Please drop us an email for any further inquiries.

Email: inquiry@teachapter.com

Package A

- Tea Art Demonstration

- Free flow of Chinese tea or hands-on tea making session for 2 hours: (Please select 2 types of Chinese tea leaves from the list below)

a) Dragon Well (Green Tea)

b) White Peony (White Tea)

c) Imperial Golden Cassia (Light Fermented Oolong Tea)

d) Supreme Grade Iron Goddess of Mercy (Light Fermented Oolong Tea)

e) Pu Er (Black Tea)

f) Osmanthus Tea (Floral Tea)

Tea snacks include:

a) Home-made Specialty Tea Egg

b) Tea Cookies

c) Vegetarian Buns

d) Lychee Tea Jelly

* Complimentary Free Gift for all guests

- SGD 30.00 per person (Nett price)

Package B

- Tea Art Demonstration

- Free flow of Chinese tea or hands-on tea making session for 2 hours: (Please select 3 types of Chinese tea leaves from the list below)

a) Bi Luo Chun (Green Tea)

b) Silver Needles (White Tea)

c) Imperial Golden Cassia (Light Fermented Oolong Tea)

d) Phoenix Shrubbery (Heavy Fermented Oolong Tea)

e) Aged Pu Er (Black Tea)

f) Silver Hair Jasmine Tea (Flora Tea)

Tea snacks include:

a) Home-made Specialty Tea Egg

b) Tea Cookies

c) Chilli Crab Bun

d) Pu Er Tea Jelly

* Complimentary Free Gift for all guests

- SGD 35.00 per person (Nett price)

Package C

- Tea Art Demonstration

- Free flow of Chinese tea or hands-on tea making session for 2 hours: (Please select 2 types of Chinese tea leaves from the list below)

a) Top Grade Dragon Well (Green Tea)

b) Silver Needles (White Tea)

c) Thousand Miles Fragrance (Heavy Fermented Oolong Tea)

d) Scarlet Robe (Heavy Fermented Oolong Tea)

e) Aged Pu Er (Black Tea)

f) Jasmine Pearls (Floral Tea)

Tea snacks include:

a) Glutinous Rice in Lotus Leaf

b) Home-made Specialty Tea Egg

c) Tea Cookies

d) Chilli Crab Bun

e) Pu Er Tea Jelly

* Complimentary Free Gift for all guests

- SGD 40.00 per person (Nett price)

Here's a short brief on the topics - Tea Art Demonstration for Group

1. Comprehensive Tea Talk: History of Tea:

- How tea was discovered by Emperor Shen Nong, by chance

- How tea was prepared and consumed throughout the centuries in ancient China -
Tang dynasty to Ming dynasty

Process of making tea leaves: Types of Teas & Benefits:

- Green tea's characteristics and benefits

- White tea's characteristics and benefits

- Yellow tea's characteristics and benefits

- Oolong tea's characteristics and benefits

- Red tea's characteristics and benefits

- Black tea's characteristics and benefits

- Floral tea's characteristics and benefits

Introduction to the traditional tea set:

- Tea utensils and its functions

2. Tea Art Demonstration:

- Steps of brewing tea the traditional way

3. Tea Art Appreciation

- 3 things to look out for when enjoying tea (colour, aroma and taste of the brew)

4. Hands-on session: Brewing of chinese tea by participants