Aug. 11, 2019

Curiouser and Curiouser: Curiousi-teas at the Mütter


Curiousi-teas is the next installment of our Second Sunday Series.

Join Tap Twice Tea for a curious tea tasting and workshop at the Museum. Gathered in our medicinal plant garden, we'll investigate sordid tales; the symbiosis of tea, ritual, and meditation; unexpected medicinal benefits and the science and art of tea and tisanes

Get curious and see tea through a whole new lens.

This event is outside! Take some time to unwind in the beautiful bounty of the Benjamin Rush Medicinal Garden. 

After the workshop, peruse our peculiar Hutchinson alcove–you might just find yourself down the rabbit hole and reading about The Medical Oddities of Alice: Potions, Poison, & Pathology.

Class participants will be offered a class + museum discount:

About Tap Twice Tea
Tap Twice Tea was founded in 2013 by Jody Beavers and Gordie Nathan out of their shared passion for finding amazing tea and sharing it with others. They have worked across the tea industry serving tea, managing teahouses, teaching tea classes, and working on tea farms. They partner directly with tea farmers on small family farms to find skillfully crafted teas for their collection. They bring their years of experience, knowledge, and love of tea into every one of their tea events.

–Tickets are transferable to other people, but are not refundable.
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–ASL interpretation is available for any event upon request. Please contact Meredith Sellers to place a request for an ASL interpreter or for any other accessibility accommodations.
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The Mütter Museum helps the public appreciate the mysteries and beauty of the human body while understanding the history of diagnosis and treatment of disease.

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