WHAT'S your tea telling you?
If you don't know, you can find out at Bake Table and Tea's tea leaf reading workshop, which is just one of the many held at the George Street business, and according to manager Erin Brown, also one of the most popular.
Ms Brown said the tea leaf reader, Katrina, comes from the Blue Mountains, and not only reads the tea leaves of those in the workshop, but also teaches them how to read the leaves themselves.
Ms Brown said as soon as the workshop was announced, it was virtually booked out straight away.
"It's always popular because it's a bit different and it's fun.
"We're finding people really enjoy the experience, some people just like having a reason to get out of the house," she said.
Another workshop held at the business this week was equally popular; knife sharpening using a a wet stone.
Ms Brown said she feels the workshops are popular because people like to learn new skills.
"This one was fully booked as well, people really love the workshops," she said, adding there were other workshops coming up next month.
While this Saturday's tea leaf reading workshop is already booked out, Ms Brown said another is being held on August 3, and there are still vacancies. The workshop is being held from 2pm on August 3, at a cost of $40.