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Monday, March 21 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Tea Tasting and Pairing at the Silk Road Asian Bistro (Limit of 40 tickets!)(Westgate Hotel & Casino)

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If you’ve ever been curious how tea, just like wine, can complement and enhance your dining pleasure, join us on an educational food and tea pairing dinner!

In this specially curated tasting, we’ll be enjoying 6 Chinese tapas-style dishes with 6 distinguished Chinese teas from historic terroir. Learn about how the dynamic flavors of tea with varied body, tannins, and aroma can transform the taste and texture of food. The tasting will be led by Shunan Teng from Tea Drunk, an avid tea educator and the instructor of Ted-Ed lesson - The History of Tea. Come and have a memorable time with like-minded foodies and tea lovers. A scholarly dinner awaits you!
 
The cost is $125.00 per person and must be purchased through registration.

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Steamed BBQ Pork Buns 
Shui Xian
Dark roasted wu long from the core of UNESCO World Heritage Site – Wu Yi Shan

Shrimp and Scallops in XO sauce
Pu Er Sheng Cha 
A special Pu Er tea from ancient tea trees of 200-600 years old

Mongolian Beef
Gua Pian
A buttery green tea handmade from the 1000-year tea region, Lu An

Asparagus with Black Bean Sauce
Da Chi Gan
A fermented red tea from one of the world’s coldest tea region and China’s most protected, Tong Mu

Singapore Noodles
Wu Liang Shan
A naturally sundried white tea handmade by ethnic Yi people from ancient tea trees

Coconut Sorbet Cake
Pu Er Shou Cha
A microbial fermented true black tea from heirloom tea trees






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Shunan Teng

Owner, Tea Drunk
Shunan Teng is the founder and CEO of Tea Drunk, a New York City-based tea company that has become the destination for those seeking exceptional tea and tea knowledge. Shunan is known for her relentless in-the-field pursuit of tea knowledge and her work in preserving Chinese tea traditions... Read More →



Monday March 21, 2022 2:00pm - 3:30pm PDT