By Samuel Huntington
Special to Westside Today
Some of the tea vendors on hand at the Tea Lovers Festival at the Fowler Museum included Hankook Tea (Korea), Den’s Tea (Japan), Blenburn Tea Direct (India) and Health Ade Kombucha which is made locally here in the United States.
Lovers of tea united for a delightfully good time at the 10th annual Tea Lovers Festival held recently at the Fowler Museum in celebration of all things herbal.
Attendees signed up, lined up, ,and drank until their throats went dry as they sampled special types of tea from around the world.
It was truly an anniversary day as the first tea festival originated on February 14th, 2006 at The Center for Living Meditation in Santa Monica, and has since spread and grown exponentially ever since. The original idea for the party occurred when Kulov, the festival founder, was living in Europe and organized a tea party to entertain his nieces.
Some of the tea vendors on hand at the Fowler Museum included Hankook Tea…
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