Tea Tastings at the Voss Inn
Tea Tastings are hosted monthly by Certified Tea Master and Innkeeper Frankee Muller at her Bozeman MT bed and breakfast. Previous tastings include topics such as "Darjeeling Through the Seasons," "The History of Tea in Japan," "Shades of Green," and many more. Reservations are required and tickets can be purchased online at A Thirst for Tea
, or by calling the Voss Inn at 406-587-0982.
Future Tea Tastings
November 17 & 18: My New Handcrafted Rare Tea Discoveries of 2015
Well, the Voss Inn garden has been put to bed for the winter, so now it's time to do some serious tea tasting! 2015 found me searching for even more unusually rare handcrafted teas than normal, and the ones I discovered are astonishingly good! I've put together a collection of my favorites for you to sample. I'm sure you will be just as "blown away" as I was when I first tasted them.
The teas we will be tasting are very rare, limited production teas that I have brought in for the first time this year.
I think you will agree that these teas are extraordinary!
Previous Tea Tastings at the Voss
The Best Teas of 2014
February 24 & 25, 20157:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
At this tasting we will be sampling four of the best teas produced in 2014 by our suppliers around the world.Arya Pearl Darjeeling White Tea:
Arya Pearl is an incredible tea to say the least! If you have ever wanted to try a Darjeeling white tea, this is the one! This is the first tea that Arya produced this year and despite the adverse growing conditions this last winter--it still maintains its standing as the "creme de la creme" of all Darjeeling white teas.Huangshan Maofeng, 2014 Organic Pre-Ming Fuxi Artisan GreenTea:
Huangshan Maofeng tea is the most well-known alpine green tea in China. Translated "Yellow Mountain Fur Peak," Huangshan Maofeng tea has been produced in the Anhui province of China for over 400 years.Arya Diamond 2nd Flush Darjeeling Black Teal:
Diamond is, as the name suggests, the crown jewel of Arya teas, and this 2014 second flush truly outshines all others! To say the aroma of this exquisite tea is intoxicating is an understatement!Da Hong Pao:
Da Hong Pao is considered to be the best and is the most famous of China's Wuyi Oolong teas. It is so precious that the original six mother bushes are protected by the government and are no longer allowed to be plucked. The last batch of tea produced by these original bushes in 2006 is now on display at the China National Museum. Famously expensive, in 2002 20-grams of tea from the original mother trees sold for a record price of 180,000 Yuan (US$28,783.42) at the Guangdong Trade Fair.