Since Lior was a young boy, he fondly recalls the daily ritual of Afternoon Tea with his grandmother at 16:00, a tradition in which the whole family participated.
When Lior joined the Cérémonie family, he naturally felt connected to his work and the world of tea.
He joined the team after years of being involved in the world of production, with his vast administration & mechanical knowledge and skills. He brings his passion for tea from his youth to everyone.
Behind every smooth business operation is the person who holds all the pieces together. Many a morning, Aliza walks into the office after spending all night helping bring a new life into the world. Although she is a professional doula, she is the backbone of the Cérémonie organization.
The friendly face of Cérémonie Tea, Aliza starts her day with a steaming cup of English Breakfast with milk and sugar, cherishing her Scottish roots.
Marketing & Sales
Among Ohad's fondest childhood memories, is the Sabbath Eve, when the family sat together, over cups of steaming hot tea, to read and discuss the week's
Bible portion. Ohad learned from his
father to appreciate quality in every product and especially tea, which nourishes the soul.
Matching the product to the requirements
of the customer requires skill, sensitivity, honesty, and faith in the quality of the product. The warmth and dedication of the staff, the tastes, the aromas and the belief that from this business good things will come, brought Ohad, with a degree in marketing and business administration, to make his future with Cérémonie.
Caroline Müller Levy
Emphasis on beautiful design at Cérémonie Tea is an essential part of
our culture. Our in-house graphic artist, Caroline, brings her unique and diverse perspective to the creative design studio of Cérémonie Tea.
Her cosmopolitan style is inspired by
her range of creative experiences and the influences acquired along her journey from Berlin, Germany, to Paris, France and then to our team.
Caroline was always a busy tea drinker (green and herbals especially!) to warm her up during the cold winter of Germany. During her time in Paris, she switched over to espresso, but thanks
to Cérémonie, she is back to her regular tea drinking.