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Camellia Sinensis is a very charming café in the Latin Quarters of Montreal
where you can buy lovely tea ware as well as teas from all over the
What is interesting about this Tea Salon and Boutique is that it is also a tea school, offering a variety of courses on teas.
One of them is the Japanese tea ceremony.
In this ceremony you learn the procedures and etiquette of preparing a simple bowl of tea, a tradition attached to Zen Buddhism.
Mastering the art of Japanese tea is not to be taken lightly – to become a master it takes five years. Continue reading