Month: August 2017

Tea Ceremony for Baked Pu’er Tea

Tea Ceremony for Baked Pu’er Tea

The Pu’er Tea lasts long in brewing and can be brewed immediately after baking. Taking water Take water with a teapot. Running water is the best for brewing the Pu’er Tea. It can better display the aged charm of the Pu’er Tea. Warming up the […]

Tea Ceremony for the Keemun Black Tea

Tea Ceremony for the Keemun Black Tea

The Keemun Black Tea features high aroma, bright color, and mellow taste. The best brewing temperature is 90 C. Normally, white porcelain teacup is used. Tea appreciation The Keemun Black Tea has tight and slender strips and good tips. It looks black and moist. The […]

Tea Ceremony for Anxi Tieguanyin (Iron Goddess of Mercy)

Tea Ceremony for Anxi Tieguanyin (Iron Goddess of Mercy)

Anxi Tieguanyin is the best of the oolong teas. Its tea soup is golden bright. Its aroma is strong and long-lasting. Its taste is mellow, brisk, sweet, and fresh. Warming up the tea set Pour hot water onto the tea set for cleaning it and […]

Tea Ceremony for the Yinzhen (Silver Tip) Tea from Mt Junshan

Tea Ceremony for the Yinzhen (Silver Tip) Tea from Mt Junshan

The Yinzhen Tea from Mt. Junshan is a special tea variety with a high value in appreciation. With high-quality color, aroma, taste, and appearance, it is hailed as Jade with Gold Inlay. Tea appreciation Put tea leaves in a lotus-shaped tea container for appreciation. The […]

Tea Ceremony for White-tipped Yinzhen (Silver Tip) Tea

Tea Ceremony for White-tipped Yinzhen (Silver Tip) Tea

The White-tipped Yinzhen is a tea peculiar to China. It is covered with white hair. Its making requires neither frying nor rolling. Tea set preparation Put the entire tea set on a simple stone platform: stone tea tray, ceramic tea stove, ceramic tea can, ceramic […]

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