If, like us over here at The Second Row, you’re a tea fanatic, then we have the perfect competition for you… Win one of two double passes to the upcoming Melbourne Tea Festival!

Returning to the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, the interactive one-day event will feature some of the most exciting specialty tea purveyors from Melbourne and beyond, showcasing creative blends, rare teas and ingenious brewing equipment and techniques.

This year there’ll be a wide range of teas and tisanes, such as hand-crafted ‘wet’ chai, single-origin and rare teas, therapeutic herbal blends, matcha green tea and kombucha on tap. There will also be a mix of locally grown teas and teas sourced globally, as well as tea workshops, “Tea with a Stranger” (kind of like tea-speed-dating), and the tea market.

New to the tea market will be a ‘do it yourself’ blending station where festival-goers can create their very own custom blend, with tea, flowers, spices, fruit and herbs.

If you’d like to win one of our double passes, simply comment on our Facebook or Instagram post tagging your most tea-obsessed friend. Winners will be drawn and notified on 10 May.

Melbourne Tea Festival
When:
Saturday, 20 May 2017
Where: Melbourne Exhibition Centre, 2 Clarendon Street South Wharf (Doors 1 and 2)
Cost: Pre-sale adult entry $15.90 (including all fees and charges) Door-sale adult entry $20.50 (plus credit card processing fees) Workshop ticket $51.70 (including all fees and charges) Kids under 12 free
Visit: melbourneteafestival.com.au

Terms and Conditions: We have two double passes to the Melbourne Tea Festival to give away to two separate winners. These passes can be used on Saturday 20 May 2017 for entry to the Melbourne Tea Festival only. To enter, simply head to The Second Row Facebook page and tag a friend you’d like to take with you in the competition post, or alternatively head to The Second Row Instagram page and tag a friend you’d like to take with you under the competition image. Winners will be drawn Wednesday 10 May at 12pm and notified via private message on the social network via which they entered.

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