Professional Tea Blending Training in Historic Old Montreal

Training ManualMontreal, QC. Canada. – Master Tea Blender Brigitte Horrenberger from Bordeaux France with over 30 years of experience in tea and tea blending and Wolfgang Boehmer, Ing. well known flavor chemist from the USA will be leading a highly professional Certified Tea Blending Training Level 1 at the Maison Christian Faure, one of North America’s Top Pastry Schools nestled at Place Royale in historic Old Montreal. Students will be dazzled by the beautiful surroundings, the enchanting teas, spices, flowers, aromas and fragrances for studying the art and Science of tea Blending during 3 days starting November 29, 2013 and will learn the professional techniques for both traditional tea blends as well as signature “Mélanges”.
ITEI Certified Tea Blending Training Level 1 is composed of two parts. The first part of the training, a 3-Day Comprehensive class starts on Friday November 29, 2013, held on-site at the fabulous Pastry School, Maison Christian Faure in Old Montreal. Québec. During the 3 days, students will dive into the wonderful Tea Blending mysteries with leading industry experts; they will be working in a lab environment with various tea blends and formulations. During this interactive and dynamic class students will be guided and supervised to ensure proper tea blending techniques usage. They will be exploring the many facets of the art and the science of tea blending. On day 3, students leave empowered with the special experiences and the Tea Blending expertise gained. Along with an ITEI Certified Tea Blending Training Part 1 Completion Form. Pursuing Part 2 of this training is not mandatory if students are not aiming for Certification.
Part 2 of the Certified Tea Blending Training Level 1 involves distant learning, tea blending experiments and essays during 8-Weeks starting a week after completing Part 1. Online group teleconference sessions are made available to share experiences and get the trainers feedback and guidance. Upon completion of the required Essays and Tea Blending experiments of Part 2, students will have a Final exam. Graduates successfully completing the training will be awarded a Certificate of Completion of Level 1 and an ITEI Certified Tea Blender Lapel Pin for their accomplishment.
For additional information, contact Sylvana. P. Levesque, ETEI Executive Director, at (514) 246-3232 or
This event elegant coupled with ITEI special price accomodations are made possible by the luxurious Intercontinental Hotel in Montreal at a walking distance from the Christian Faure Pastry School.

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