Tea leaves

What is in your cup?Tea Leaf Reading or Tasseography (also known as tasseomancy or tassology) is a method that interprets patterns in tea leaves, to provide insights into a person's future.

After a cup of tea has been poured (without using a tea strainer) for the person being read, the tea is drunk or poured away. The cup should then be shaken well and any remaining liquid drained off in the saucer. The reader now looks at the pattern of tea leaves in the cup and interprets the shapes suggested by leaves.

At the moment there is no set classes scheduled for Tea Leaf Reading, although if you are interested one may be held during July or August this year.