Caspian Tea party
West Berkeley, Berkeley
This is an alcohol-free event
Small (4-10 Guests)
persian, middle eastern
Join Hanif Sadr, Caspian chef and founder of Komaaj, a Persian food and culture start-up, as he shares his recent work with farmers in and around his grandfather's 19th century farmhouse, nestled deep in the lush mountains of Gilan, Iran. Learn about a uniquely bio-diverse region and the farmers' efforts to maintain their family farms in a UNSESCO-recognized region wrestling with modernity and sustainability. Explore the healing taste, color, aroma and benefits of each tea variety as home-made Gilani confectionery melt in your mouth. This presentation will include unique hand-dried teas and Caspian confectionary found nowhere else, including quince and orange blossom tea and wild borage tea from the Mazandaran province as well as sweet and savory dishes like sugar-free pastry with orange syrup, pistachio and roses.
Green Olives marinated with pomegranate Molasses, walnut and herbs.
Suger-free pastry made with yogurt, Rice flour and Saffron, served with quince Jam and pistachio
Chai siaah Gilan
Traditional persian brewed Hand dried early season black tea leaves. The tea comes from a small tea farms of Deilamaan region in Gilan province.
Chai Gol gaavzaban
Foraged wild Borage flowers from Aghoozdare region in eastern Mazandaran province brewed with Persian dried lime. (herbal tea)
Chai Bahar Narenj
Late season harvest black tea brewed with Dried quince and dried orange blossom.
Alembique lovers Tea
Persian inspired tea blend by Alembique Apothecary. Rose petals, cardamom and Saffron. (herbal tea)
Rose water and saffron pudding.
Naan va Morabaa
Turmeric bread with carrots and orange peels jam.
Feta cheese, walnut and herbs dip, served with homemade flat bread.
Northern Iranian rice floure cookie with poppy seed.
Caspian Tea party
West Berkeley, Berkeley(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)