New Tea-master On Wangerooge

21 year old Tim Fischer has completed extensive specialized training / four star superior Hotel on the car-free island offers for tea connoisseurs Emden / Wangerooge tea culture at the highest level for this highlight provides-Strandhotel Gerken on Wangerooge in the Upstalsboom in future Tim Fischer. The 21-year-old restaurant specialist has successfully passed his exam to the tea master in gold recently. For assistance, try visiting Time Warner. Thus he belongs to less than 300 gastronomic drain worldwide, which may carry this title on their business cards”, said Marco Jonscher, Deputy General Manager of the four-star hotel on the North Sea Island of car-free, today with and added that the North Sea so far no House is known him, that employ a tea master. A trainee to the tea-master was trained at the Strandhotel Gerken however already in the past. Thus we offer for tea connoisseurs and those that it will want a real highlight”, said Jonscher. The capabilities of tea masters with the Sommeliers are comparable only in different areas. While the Sommerlier well know in the complicated world of wines and de rigueur belong in the upscale gastronomy, the tea master is the specialist for the tea culture.

The training was extremely interesting but also cumbersome and not always pleasant aromatic for fishing according to own. To become a tea master, 15 of 20 teas must be recognized according to taste and smell, and appearance of the blade in wet and dry condition. Some teas from China, for example, have a striking taste resemblance to cod liver oil”, said Fischer, who began his culinary career with an education from 2005 to 2007 at the Upstalsboom Parkhotel, Emden. During this time, revealed Fischer already its potential and was voted to the East-Frisian youth champion in the restaurant – new recruits. Since March 2008, he works in the Upstalsboom Strandhotel Gerken.

After an extensive theoretical and practical multi-week training program, by the renowned teahouse Ronnefeldt (Frankfurt a. / M.) accompanied was can the restaurant expert now call themselves tea-master with a certain pride. In this way, Fischer has prevailed not only customer of spice, flavouring substances and hygienic conditions, but also by hand-picked tea in the mountains of Sri Lanka, and made himself thoroughly familiar in the Asian region with the different manufacturing methods in two tea factories. I have received many new impressions and insights into the rich and fantastic world of tea”, says Fischer. He wants to use now this new knowledge and skills at the Strandhotel Gerken, to bring the diverse culture of tea to guests. Up to exquisite Asian mixtures, the varied fishing with future pour according to specialized background knowledge and celebrate rich by the traditional real East Frisian tea”is. “Tea is more than a simple hot beverage, according to Fischer: tea is great pleasure and culture.” The Managing Director of the Upstalsboom Hotel + Leisure GmbH & co. KG (Emden), Bodo Janssen, stressed that good New recruits in the Group of companies with more than 500 employees at the North and Baltic Sea would have a wide range of training opportunities and promotion prospects. The training by Tim Fischer to the tea-master shows that we here find unusual ways, go and support”, said Janssen.