In most tea services today, a tea box or menu is used for presenting tea, but the consumer’s tea selection is often made by name recognition only. With the wide variety of whole-leaf teas available today, the Tea Butler Presentation Chest afford them the ability for individuals to examine and select teas centered on color, texture, and aroma. The hardwood chests are simple, yet elegant, and the presentation process dignifies the traditions of the tea ceremony which have evolved throughout history.
Tea Butler Presentation Chest: The Tea Butler presentation chest consists of beautiful hardwood and has some see-through sparkling clear octagonal acrylic tea jars. Each chest contains one set of loose-leaf tea selections. The chest comes with an attractive velour faced foam insert with octagonal cutouts that support the tea jars, while allowing them to be easily removed for closer viewing. This enables the patron or guest to easily open the tea jar to examine the tea’s texture, color, make-up, and scent.
A tea plaque, situated in the tea chest cover, includes a detailed description of each tea, and each block is aligned having its corresponding tea jar. The teas are organized by tea type to simplify the presentation. Like, herbal caffeine-free teas are on the left, black and flavored black teas are at the center, and green and flavored green teas are on the right. The plaque can certainly be customized for every tea blend selection and can include individual or organization names and/or logos.
Tea Butler Presentation Process: In a cafe table service, for example, the server brings the Tea Butler to the table, describes the way the teas are organized on the tea plaque, and then goes about other tasks while the patron takes a couple of minutes to learn the descriptions, examine the teas, and make their choice. There is no need for extensive training about the individual teas.
Tea Butler Benefits: The Tea Butler offers patrons a way to explore new teas and make an informed decision about their tea selection. Past experience has shown that patrons like it because it is interesting and informative, and adds a pleasurable dimension to their dining experience. Servers like it because it’s easy to use and their patrons enjoy it. Restaurant owners like it as the Tea Butler could be brought to the table with the dessert menu, thus encouraging patrons to have dessert, after dinner beverages, or both. 茶葉禮盒推薦 The added benefit for owners is that their sales
generally double or triple in a product where gross margins are high.
Tea Butler Series Presentation Chests and Trays: The Tea Butler chests and trays can be found in a number of sizes in either maple or cherry. The beautiful hardwood items are stained mahogany and varnished to make a stylish display product. The presentation chests can be found in 6 or 8 count maple; and 9 or 12 count cherry. The presentation tray is available in 6 or 8 count maple. You can find 12 standard plaques and tea sets for the maple and cherry chests, and 3 standard plaques and tea sets for the tea trays. Custom plaques and tea sets versions could be implemented. Each one of these products can be considered with graphic detail on our website.
Specialty Teas and the Silken Tea Sachet: As interest in tea has grown, consumers are looking for much more variety. Specialty teas are actually the most interesting and fastest growing sector of tea, and its growth is poised to carry on over another decade, in line with the Tea Association of the USA. A fitting definition of specialty tea is tea that has been specially maintained in ways that allow the teas to accomplish their highest degree of quality. This care starts with the planting, cultivating, and careful timing of when and the way the tea is harvested, processed, packaged, and shipped. This produces teas which are wonderful to taste, have great sensory appeal, are interesting to the eye, and are soothing and relaxing to drink. This tea deserves a speech that is as carefully prepared because the tea it presents.
In the clear presence of such fine specialty teas, it became apparent that the normal tea bag, due to the limited space for steeping, would not allow the full-leaf tea to brew to its full potential. To generally meet this need, tea vendors began looking for alternative approaches to package these full-leaf teas that could be simple to use and appealing to consumers. Harney & Sons, among the finest tea companies on the planet, supplies a broad selection of silken tea sachets which contains a nice quantity of pre-portioned loose leaf tea that provides a complete two-cup teapot with just one sachet, taking the guesswork out of brewing a great pot of tea. The Tea Butler has partnered with Harney & Sons to supply their fine teas to restaurants, resorts, and hotels, in addition to for retail customers at its online store.
Tea Butler Trays in Coffee Shops and Retail Locations: Traditionally, coffee shops experienced a captive audience, with little interest in serving any but probably the most basic teas. Recently, however, there is a huge growing demand for healthier beverages and the interest in tea, especially high-end specialty teas, has caught the interest of well-known coffee chains like the West Coast chain, formerly referred to as the Coffee Bean, now renamed the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf.
Coffee shops of most sizes have a typical problem: not enough display counter space. The Tea Butler tray was made specifically to meet up this need. The trays are constructed with hardwood maple, and are stained mahogany and varnished. They are longer and narrower than the tea chests, containing one row of 8 sparkling clear octagonal acrylic tea jars and are uncovered. The tea description plaque is placed on a beveled surface on the tray, before the tea jars, with each tea description aligned having its tea sample. The trays are attractive, draw attention, and encourage patrons to order specialty teas. Some shops will also be selling Harney & Sons colorful retail 20-count tea sachet tins as well. A stepped 8-tin rack fits nicely behind the tray, encouraging patrons to purchase their favorite teas.
Conclusion: The presentation of tea doesn’t have to be a blind, uninteresting process. With Tea Butlers, it may be simple, yet elegant and informative, where both the presenter and their guests can enjoy the process!