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The most ceremonial Chinese tea drinking - Gong Fu cha. Part III.
The second Chinese trick implies tea pairs and the manner of tea-drinking from them...
(28.06.06)
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The most ceremonial Chinese tea drinking - Gong Fu cha. Part II.
After all participants got acquainted with the tea, we can step to the second stage of the ceremony - warming up the tea - service. The tea - pot, pitcher and tea pairs (without saucer) are put on the table and poured over with hot water (from the thermos). Hot water is also poured into the tea-pot - and from it all pieces of tea service are swilled again. Thus the tea service is warmed up and cleared from additional odors and dust, moreover all evil spirits are conjured away...
(28.06.06)
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The most ceremonial Chinese tea drinking - Gong Fu cha.
According to the ceremony of Gong Fu cha - you should use Oolong sorts of tea - semi-fermented Chinese sorts of tea, to say in short words - oolong tea is a borderland between green - not fermented tea - and black (red in Chinese classification ) - fermented tea. Leaves of this tea are not broken, but dried into little buds...
(23.06.06)
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Chinese Tea Ceremonies
The description of the Chinese Tea Ceremonies starts with boiling and brewing tea in the glassy tea -pots. Only needle-shaped tea is brewed in the glasses, these are green, yellow or white sorts of tea, made of tea leaf buds...
(17.06.06)
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Producing all types of tea, Chinese created numerous sorts of tea and some of them are bound to the certain regions where even nowadays people continue producing tea in the traditional manner on small plantations...
(2.05.06)
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Types of Chinese Tea
Chinese tea may be classified into the following types of teas according to the different methods by which it is processed.
Green tea
Green tea is the variety which keeps the original colour of the tea leaves without fermentation during processing...
(9.04.06)
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"In China, when you see someone on the street, before you even say 'hello,' you say 'have you had tea yet?'"
Home of tea, China, is not only the main producer and world leader in sales, it is also the main consumer of tea: about 80% of all cultivated and gathered tea are aimed for home consumption and only 20% are for export.
Tea is cultivated in China on the vast territories in the eastern regions, adjoint to the sea, and in the western regions close to the border with Tibet...
(11.03.06)
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