CORE.04 Tea Terroir Part 2: India, Sri Lanka, Kenya
The second class in our exploration of major producing countries shifts to the south. Here we discover the beauty and characteristics of teas from India, Sri Lanka and Kenya as we further our review of the world of tea including history and lore. In CORE.04 we continue to build the essential cupping skills required for all tea professionals.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Name the major tea-producing regions of India, Sri Lanka and Kenya and their notable teas.
- Identify teas from each country and understand their manufacturing processes.
- Describe the classic characteristics of teas from each of the key tea-growing regions.
- Discern the difference between the teas of various terroirs of each country.
- Understand the history of tea in each of these countries and their tea industries today.
YOU WILL RECEIVE: 8 teas
3 weeks (plus one week grace period to submit assignments and complete any tests.)
- Lectures 4
- Questions 20
- Duration 0.5 h (approx)
- Tea Terroir Part 2: India, Sri Lanka, Kenya
- Your Instructor
- Lecture Materials
- Section 2: The Indian Tea Industry Today
- Section 3: The Teas and Terroir of India
- CORE.04 Assignment 1.1
- Week 1 Classroom Assignment
- End of Week One Quiz
- SRI LANKA SECTION 1
- SRI LANKA SECTION 2
- SRI LANKA SECTION 3
- SRI LANKA SECTION 4
- KENYA SECTION 1
- KENYA SECTION 2
- KENYA SECTION 3
- KENYA SECTION 4
- CORE.04 Assignment 2.1
- Week 2 Classroom Assignment
- End of Week 2 Quiz
- Lecture Materials
- Sensory Evaluation and Professional Tea Cupping
- CORE.04 Cupping Exercise
- Week 3 Classroom Assignment
- Final Exam - Tea Terroir, Part 2: India, Sri Lanka, Kenya
Prerequisites: CORE.01; CORE.02
May 2018 class: Registration runs March 26 through April 30. Session is open May 7 through June 3.
July 2018 class: Registration runs May 29 through June 25. Session is open July 2 through July 29.
September 2018 class: Registration runs July 31 through August 27. Session is open September 3 through September 30.
November 2018 class: Registration runs September 25 through October 29. Session is open November 5 through December 2.
This course was amazing - I had no idea that Kenya played such an important role in the tea industry. The notes were well detailed and good for remembering key points. Thank you again!
Kimberly RichardsonMay 27, 2018