Greek Afternoon Tea and Meze

by Mary Papoulias-Platis

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Ethos Culinary presents our first Greek Afternoon Tea presented in Chef Mary’s Kitchen. We will begin with an appetizer and introduction to the world of teas. Following with basic tea tips and serving ideas.
Chef Mary will introduce the menu with a cooking demo for all to enjoy. Greek small bites will compliment each serving of tea.  The class is limited to 12 people for a small and intimate experience.

The Health Benefits in Chamomile Tea are many, here are a few.

  1. It contains apigenin, an antioxidant that binds to certain receptors in your brain that may promote sleepiness. Reduce insomnia, the chronic inability to sleep.
  2. Chamomile tea may protect against diarrhea, stomach ulcers, nausea and gas, likely due to its anti-inflammatory effects.
  3. Chamomile tea contains the antioxidant apigenin, which may help lower inflammation and reduce the risk of several types of cancer.
  4. The anti-inflammatory effects of chamomile tea may promote blood sugar control, especially when it’s consumed with a meal.
  5.  Chamomile is a great source of flavone antioxidants that may play a role in improving heart health.
    For more information, see Healthline.

Introduction and Demo of Greek Teas
How -To Brew and Serve Tea
Meze Demonstration

Teas Served
Greek Chamomile Tea
Greek Mountain Tea
Greek Thyme Tea

Meze will be served with all three teas.

Purchase Tickets – Closed

Three Greek Teas

Pictured here is Chamomile, Thyme and Mountain tea from Seven Senses Organic.

I hope you can join us as we explore the world of tea,


© 2024, Mary Papoulias-Platis. All rights reserved.

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