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Constance Rhodes Lue

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Tea Instructor

Phone: (252) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: c***@***.edu
Local Address:  Oxford , North Carolina , United States
Vance-Granville Community College
200 Community House Road
Henderson , North Carolina 27537
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    The Old North State Tea Society
  • Founder
    Tea Society
  • Founder
    Virginia Tea Society
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Constance Lue, who teaches ..., 2 Nov 2009 [cached]
Constance Lue, who teaches part time for Vance-Granville Community College, was a candidate for the commission, but she withdrew in late September, citing her husband's health as the reason.
Constance Lue, the founder ..., 7 Oct 2014 [cached]
Constance Lue, the founder of the Old North State Tea Society, was our guide through the history and etiquette of the phenomena that is afternoon tea. 
"The Southern Tea Lady", Constance ..., 28 June 2008 [cached]
"The Southern Tea Lady", Constance Lue
The Southern Tea Lady is a Teacher of English Style Teas, for men and women, boys and girls, it can be for business or pleasure.
She is a speaker for Children's Tea Etiquette, teaching manners, what foods, suggesting party Themes and more.
She can also share her knowledge at Women's Groups, Historic Houses.She will lead your group through the English Tea Service.She will explain different Tea Equipage, History of Tea, a brief explanation of different teas--White, Green, Oolongs, Blacks, flavored and blended and how to make them.
Constance Rhodes Lue, The Southern Tea LadyTea Consultant
The founder of the Tea ..., 1 May 2000 [cached]
The founder of the Tea Society, Constance Lue, developed the group as a means for participants in her tea classes to continue their interests in tea and tea events.The Southern Tea Lady, as Connie has been rightfully named by friends and students, has taught many classes for ladies of all age groups.Her students participate in every aspect of tea and tea parties.
These engagments have included visits to the Historic Ferry Plantation, Founder's Inn, Rowena's, Taste Tea Salon, and the Virginia Tea Lady, Constance Lue.
Constance Rhodes Lue, The Southern Tea LadyTea Consultant
"Since the trip Connie made to ..., 28 June 2008 [cached]
"Since the trip Connie made to England three years ago, she has become a driving force in the US tea world.
"Connie Lue is one of the most knowledgeable women in the tea world and plus she ranks as a queen in the industry.Thanks for all the help and for your enthusiasm with tea."
John Harney of "Harney & Son's"
"Connie Lue has a profound passion for tea, it's history and the etiquette surrounding afternoon tea.If the world we inhabit is more knowledgeable about tea, and the etiquette woven into the rituals of teatime, this is in no small measure thanks to teachers like Connie Lue."
"Connie is an incredible, beautiful human being who has brought untold joy and pleasure to so many people.Her ability to weave stories and interesting facts together about the tea she loves and teaches is astounding.She makes each event and moment with you a gracious and memorable time for each of us privileged to come into her presence.Thank you to Connie for giving so much to all of us at Rowena's!"
"I hope my fellow Tar Heels will welcome Connie Lue and her husband Rex to the heart of our state.Connie is an outstanding Southern tea lady and an old friend and all of us Carolina tea lovers are lucky they've migrated to NC."
Connie Lue is a fellow evangelist for the growing American tea renaissance.Her enthusiasm is contagious and her gentle spirit instantly puts you at ease.A great teacher is first an inquiring student.She is both!
"Connie and Rex are the embodiment of all that is great with tea.
"Ms. Lue was a large part of what made our "Afternoon Tea" at Mordecai Historic Park a success.Her knowledge and enthusiasm about tea, its history, and etiquette thrilled both guests and staff alike.We look forward to working with her in the future on all things tea related."
"I recently had the opportunity to work with Constance Lue, the Southern Tea Lady.What a delight!Our Mother/Daughter organization, the National Charity League - Cardinal Chapter, invited Mrs. Lue to come and address our group of ninth grade young ladies as part of their planning/training for an upcoming Mother/Daughter tea, which they will host in February.
The owner of a local tea room had referred Mrs. Lue to us.From my very first conversation with her, I was convinced I had the not only had found the right person but also our girls were in for a real treat.Her presentation to our group was well organized and full of useful information.She held our group's attention from beginning to end with her extra personal offerings and visual items - and she even came dressed as the "Queen Mum"!What most impressed me was her genuine passion for sharing her love of the subject with a new generation.She handily bridged the age gap and the young ladies were mesmerized by her stories and delighted in her sense of humor.
Mrs. Lue is extremely knowledgeable on the subject of tea and also extremely personable and pleasantly friendly.When another need for anything "tea" arises in our organization, we will certainly contact Mrs. Lue again and I would encourage anyone else to do the same.I am confident she is capable to tailor a program suitable for any age group."
Miss Connie Lue is such a delightful Lady and very knowledgeable about the world of TEA!I had learned so much!
I reside in Mechanicsville, VA and attended the class at Virginia Beach which, by the way, was a 2 hour drive one way for 4 days.It was worth the drive!I had met such kind and wonderful people that encompass the love of TEA.I have recently opened a Tearoom and I know wouldn't have been able to do so without the kind support and help of Miss Connie Lue."
"As founder of the Virginia Tea Society, Constance changed many lives with her "How to Give a Tea Party" classes and gave many ladies and quite a few gentlemen a new and fascinating interest as well as a meeting place for new friends, travels to wonderful tea rooms and an excuse to entertain and dress up.Her legacy in Virginia will give many more through the continuation of her classes.
"Connie Lue has helped tremendously in making "Taste" Tea Salon in Williamsburg, Virginia a successful business.She has offered her knowledge, contacts and most importantly her friendship.We consider her to be one of the important people in the tea world today.Her warmth and sense of humor will be enjoyed by whomever comes in contact with her."
"Connie, This is just another note to thank you again for imparting your knowledge of tea and civility through your classes.
Constance Rhodes Lue, The Southern Tea LadyTea Consultant
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