What is the Berlin Tea Festival?
The Berlin Tea Festival celebrates the world’s most consumed beverage after water and brings together suppliers of the finest teas and teas from all over the world to connect with interested visitors.
Discover a rich selection of teas from all over the world. From Chinese tea rarities and Japanese matcha to spicy chai, fine Darjeeling, refreshing mate and fragrant herbal and Christmas blends – there’s something for every tea palate.
Attend workshops, seminars, and presentations to help deepen your knowledge of the tea plant and the diversity and beauty of tea culture. Experts in various tea arts will cover topics like botany, sensory analysis, culture, preparation, and production.
When is The Berlin Tea Festival?
The festival is on 18 November 2023.
Where will the Berlin Festival take place?
The festival will be held at the beautiful and majestic Heilig-Kreuz-Kirche (Church of the Holy Cross) in the Kreuzberg district of Berlin.
Who may attend?
The festival is open to everyone.
Good to know
Your Tasting Porcelain Bowl: The entrance fee includes a high-quality porcelain bowl worth €6. This allows you to taste all the teas of the festival free of charge and take the bowl home later as a souvenir.
Berlin Tea Sunday: On Sunday 19 November, the festivities continue. Tea shops, restaurants, studios and bars all over the city will open their doors and tea lovers will have the opportunity to take part in seminars, workshops and tastings.
Where can I buy tickets for the Berlin Tea Festival?
There are various ticket options available and may be purchased here.
At a Glance
Event: Berlin Tea Festival
Date: 18 November 2023
(and Berlin Tea Sunday on 19 November 2023)
Venue: Heilig-Kreuz-Kirche (Church of the Holy Cross)