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Did anyone take a course with Tea Academy? I like the sound of it but I find it quite pricey (475+VAT) for the beginners one and you cannot go for the intermediate one that costs another 975+VAT without attending the first one. I'm really passionate about tea and would like to do a decent course but I want to make sure it's worth the money.

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That does sound a pretty high price to be fair. You must love tea. A lot.


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I didnt realise that making tea could warrant so much tuition. I suppose tea lovers say the same about coffee.


a grinder a lever and some beans

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If they are conducted by Jane they will be worth it. She is a mastermind in this subject with oodles of experience.

The outlay may seem steep (no pun intended) but will be worth it!


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