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"Wanted: Professional Tea Drinker," reads the ad.
By
Farah Celjo

15 May 2018 - 10:45 AM  UPDATED 15 May 2018 - 10:53 AM

Are you a cuppa lover? Well, put the kettle on and check this out.

Canberra tea company Serendibitea is looking for a professional tea enthusiast to join their team. That's right, drink, review and get PAID to tea!

 

Vinu Gamage and Adam West began their boutique tea company, Serendibitea, 12 months ago and they're making room for one more to join in their tea fun. 

According to the ad, the successful applicant will "enjoy the finer things in life, have demonstrated experience of mindful relaxation in outdoor settings and an exhaustive appreciation of designer hot beverages." The chosen one will be paid each month to test their latest inventions and offer their tea-riffice expertise on the creations.

Whichever cup takes your fancy - black, fruity, green, herbal, rooibos and/or chai - Serendibitea is bringing it to your table. And, if this speaks to your inner celebri-tea don't leave it too long and apply now at serendibitea.com.au

Lead image by @cultivate_oxford via Flickr.

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