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December 6, 2021
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3rd Bucharest Tea&Coffee Festival

The 3rd Tea&Coffee Festival, which started in Bucharest yesterday and will run thru Sunday, will delight visitors with a string of events and shows in Bucharest tea and coffee houses, as well as an exhibition of tea, coffee and accessories, at the Dalles Hall, Sept 16-18 (Blvd Nicolae Balcescu no 18). During the exhibition, visitors can attend tea and coffee cocktail demonstrations by two of the world’s best baristas (experts in preparation of coffee and coffee-based drinks). The exhibition is open 9 am – 9 pm, entry is free.

Yesterday evening kicked off full steam with the Mediterranean Evening featuring a jazz concert and rise and tuareg teas. Today, from 5 pm, the Japanese Evening, at the Verona Carturesti Garden (13-15, Pictor Arthur Verona St.), including a Bonsai exhibition accompanied by an ikebana demonstration, a tea serving ceremony and traditional Japanese dances. Entry is free.

Tomorrow, the festival continues with a live concert featuring Irina Sarbu Band and the Jazz Dance Workshop held by Pas Boutique. Friday is the Brazilian night, a special Bossa-Nova concert featuring Luiza Zan and guitarist Alex Man. The even concludes Sunday with the theatre performance Bullets over Lipscani, an adaptation after Woody Allen’s Bullets over Broadway, at Godot Café – Theatre (4, Blanari St.), 5 pm. Entry – RON 20.

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