Tea taster

one who tests or ascertains the quality of tea by tasting.

See also: Tea

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Louise Cheadie, co-founder of and tea taster at Teapigs, Brentford, England, said that quality and safety are the top priorities when sourcing its teas.
A couple of traditional art groups and talented artists will be performing at the pavilion to promote Taiwan's culture, including calligraphy artist Ku Chi-chun, tea taster Liu Ching-yuan, aluminum wire artist Teng Chia-Ming, and performing group Lou Sheng Ji which mixes traditional music with modern elements.
No kidding: this master tea taster at Tetley has a tongue so refined, his employer had to get it insured for more than Dh5million (1 million) to protect his taste buds.
GREGG Wallace was more than a little taken aback by what he saw - and heard - while shadowing tea taster Alan Hargreaves at The Typhoo Tea Factory in Moreton (Inside The Factory, BBC2, Tuesday).
There are also factory workers with amazing job titles, like Blending Manager and the best of all, Tea Taster.
And there are factory workers with fascinating job titles such as Blending Manager and, best of all, Tea Taster.
While her father- in- law had worked in tea estates, her husband had been trained as a tea taster since the age of 16.
And as I was getting older and she was not very well [...] she wanted to return me to my first love--I started my career as a tea taster. So after I lost her, I thought I would try to honour her memory as an expression of gratitude.
Aiya's newest Tea Taster's line is a collection of USDA Certified Organic Japanese green tea bags from Kagoshima, Kyushu, in the southwest of Japan.
Its fragrance and gentle aromas generate a sense of well-being and fellowship across the world and around the clock," says Thomas Holz, the famous tea taster from TeaGschwendner.