Join us at our Albuquerque tearoom for a 3-course afternoon tea service featuring an assortment of savories, tea sandwiches, scones and mini-pastries accompanied by 2 pre-selected loose-leaf teas. Afternoon teas last 1 1/2 hours. Vegetarian option is available - please request when making reservation.

Price: $35/person (price includes the tax and gratuity). Special events may be priced higher. Menu changes monthly. Seating is limited. Advance reservation and payment is required. Register online with credit card or call us at 505-255-0522. Pay by check: Mail $35 check to The Fragrant Leaf, 3207 Silver Ave. SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106

February 17 (Sun), 1:00 - 2:30 pm and 3:30 - 5:00 pm(Sold Out):  "Chcocolate & Roses" Afternoon Tea

Join us for a 3-course afternoon tea to celebrate friendship and love. Due to limited space, advance ticket purchase is required by February 15. 


Strawberry Chicken Salad Tea Sandwich
Pomegranate Glazed Turkey Meatball
Spicy Spinach Stuffed Mushroom
Ham, Cream Cheese & Red Pepper Jelly Canape
White Chocolate Chip Scone with Rose Cream
Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownie
Peppermint Rose Sugar Cookie
Rose, Raspberry & Lychee Parfait
Jasmine Pearls Green Tea
Lychee Fruit Black Tea

You can pay with credit card online or call 505-255-0522. Vegetarian option is available (please request when making reservation). Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel, please do so at least 48 hours in advance by calling the tea shop at 505-255-0522. Cancellations with less than 48 hours advance notice and no-shows are non-refundable. You may be seated together with other parties. Food is catered by Chez Axel Restaurant.  


September 29 (Sat), 10:00 am - 12:00 pm: Introduction to Tea 101 

October 13 (Sat), 10:00 am - 12:00 pm: Japan - Green Tea, From Sencha to Matcha

October 27 (Sat), 10:00 am - 12:00 pm: China: Green and White Teas

November 10 (Sat), 10:00 am - 12:00 pm: Taiwan: Oolong Teas


By reservation only. Please call 505-255-0522 to make your reservation at least 2 days in advance. There is a minimum of 4 people and we can accommodate up to 6 people. Tastings last 1 1/2 to 2 hours and include a selection of light tea snacks.

Cost: $20/person 

Introduction to Tea 101

This informative and fun session will introduce participants to each of the main categories of tea: green, white, oolong and black. Learn about the tea plant and how teas are grown and crafted around the world. Participants will enjoy the full sensory experience of tasting teas from each of the four tea categories. The instructor will share anecdotes and background information as well as brewing tips for each tea. 

Introduction to Green and White Teas

Interested in exploring the diversity of green and white teas? This session will provide a more in-depth overview of green and white teas, and how they are grown and crafted. Participants will enjoy the full sensory experience of tasting a variety of green and white teas. The instructor will share anecdotes and background information as well as brewing tips for each tea. 

Matcha: The Basics

In Japan, the preparation of matcha (powdered tea) has evolved as a spiritual practice embodied in the Japanese tea ceremony known as Chado. This class will provide an introduction to the Japanese tea ceremony and the origins of matcha. Participants will taste a high-quality matcha and learn how to prepare matcha in the traditional style. 

Introduction to Oolong Teas

This session will focus on the diversity of oolong teas from China and Taiwan. Learn how the growing environment and different processing methods contribute to the spectrum of flavor and aroma, from light and floral to dark and rich. Enjoy the full sensory experience of tasting different oolong teas using the traditional Chinese brewing method known as "gongfu" tea. 

Introduction to Black Teas

Looking to expand your tea horizons beyond Earl Grey & English Breakfast tea? This session will offer an introduction to the diversity of authentic, unflavored black teas. Participants will have the opportunity to sample a variety of black teas from the main producing regions of India and China.