Tea advice, for when I sit down to a cup of tea with a mysterious stranger on my worldly travels.

Tea Time

Tea advice, for when I sit down to a cup of tea with a mysterious stranger on my worldly travels.

Unexpected design, multiple uses: Modern Tea Culture - Saveur.com

Modern Tea Culture

Tea Culture Infographic: India, Morocco, Taiwan, Pakistan, Tibet, Thailand, China, Japan, United States, United Kingdom

Tea Culture Infographic: India, Morocco, Taiwan, Pakistan, Tibet, Thailand, China, Japan, United States, United Kingdom

"China tea fields | Chinese tea fields http://www.interactchina.com/home-furnishings/#.VSiZ2_mUfYA"

"China tea fields | Chinese tea fields http://www.interactchina.com/home-furnishings/#.VSiZ2_mUfYA"

Moroccan Mint Tea recipe. Apparently, there is a special process that affects the taste...

Moroccan Mint Tea

Kungfu Tea? Understand Chinese Tea Culture & Ceremony (Gonfu Cha) - Peanuts or Pretzels Travel #China #Tea #Culture

Kungfu Tea? Understand Chinese Tea Culture & Ceremony (Gonfu Cha)

Kungfu Tea? Understand Chinese Tea Culture & Ceremony (Gonfu Cha) - Peanuts or Pretzels Travel #China #Tea #Culture

China's Top Tea Culture Cities — Where to Enjoy Chinese Tea Culture

China's Top Tea Culture Cities — Where to Enjoy Chinese Tea Culture

Mali.  Students of tea culture will notice that the long pour is a feature of traditional tea cultures in numerous far-flung places. 'Pulled-tea' in India, 'long-spout' pouring in China, or this 'high-pou'r in Mali — in each case the tea is aerated and vitalized by this technique, similar to how red wine is aerated to deepen flavor. This is something which didn’t make its way into British tea culture, maybe because it’s too vigorous and was non-dainty for the Victorian 'high-tea' setting.

Mali. Students of tea culture will notice that the long pour is a feature of traditional tea cultures in numerous far-flung places. 'Pulled-tea' in India, 'long-spout' pouring in China, or this 'high-pou'r in Mali — in each case the tea is aerated and vitalized by this technique, similar to how red wine is aerated to deepen flavor. This is something which didn’t make its way into British tea culture, maybe because it’s too vigorous and was non-dainty for the Victorian 'high-tea' setting.

CHINESE TEA CULTURE:  Refers to the methods of preparation of tea, the equipment used to make tea and the occasions in which tea is consumed in China.    Tea drinking was popular in ancient China as tea was regarded as one of the seven daily necessities, the others being firewood, rice, oil, salt, soy sauce, and vinegar. Tea culture in China differs from that of Europe/Britain/Japan in such things as preparation methods, tasting methods & the occasions for which it is consumed.

CHINESE TEA CULTURE: Refers to the methods of preparation of tea, the equipment used to make tea and the occasions in which tea is consumed in China. Tea drinking was popular in ancient China as tea was regarded as one of the seven daily necessities, the others being firewood, rice, oil, salt, soy sauce, and vinegar. Tea culture in China differs from that of Europe/Britain/Japan in such things as preparation methods, tasting methods & the occasions for which it is consumed.

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