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Matchaya SG
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Singapore's First Authentic Matcha and Tea Brand. Established in 2015, Kevin and his team filled a gap in the Matcha and Tea appreciation community in Singapore. In their passionate pursuit to pioneer the industry, they've traveled to Japan to learn and speak with tea farmers and tea masters. Sourcing directly from them for the various prefecture-based premium ingredients. They are a tea company that innovates tea products so that more people can enjoy tea. As a responsible company, they maintain their principles of sourcing for small-batch, artisanal tea grown by passionate tea farmers that eat, drink and sleep tea, no less.

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4 reviews

Session was great. Instructor Adrian was knowledgable with the topic that he was covering, he is able to keep the audience engaged!

The organizing team was patience with us as well despite our group was ...

Teng Huat

Adrian was very friendly and knowledgable about the topic. We learnt a lot more about Matcha today and can better appreciate it :")

Anna Y

Helpful Questions

What is a tea workshop in Singapore?
A tea workshop in Singapore is an interactive session that provides participants with the opportunity to learn about different types of tea, their origins, and the brewing process. It typically involves hands-on activities, tastings, and discussions led by tea experts.
Where can I find a tea workshop in Singapore?
There are several places in Singapore that offer tea workshops, such as tea houses, specialty tea stores, and cultural centers. Some popular options include tea workshops at TWG Tea, Tea Chapter, and The 1872 Clipper Tea Co.
What can I expect to learn at a tea workshop in Singapore?
At a tea workshop in Singapore, participants can expect to learn about the different types of tea, including green tea, black tea, oolong tea, and herbal tea. They will also learn about the origins of tea, proper brewing techniques, and the art of tea appreciation.
How long does a tea workshop in Singapore usually last?
The duration of a tea workshop in Singapore can vary depending on the organizer and the depth of the content covered. Generally, workshops can last anywhere from one to three hours. Some workshops may also offer extended courses for those interested in more in-depth tea knowledge and skills.
Are tea workshops in Singapore suitable for beginners?
Yes, tea workshops in Singapore are suitable for beginners. These workshops are designed to cater to participants with varying levels of tea knowledge and experience. Whether you are a tea enthusiast or a complete novice, you can join a tea workshop to enhance your understanding of tea and its culture.
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