Chinese Tea Ceremony in Glasses

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This method is used mainly for preparing high-quality tea (green, white, yellow, and flowering tea). Clear glass teaware is the best for watching the young leaves open up slowly in the crystal clear water and gracefully float undergoing multiple metamorphoses, making a so-called “tea dance”.

Here the aesthetic part is extremely important being an essential element of the tea ceremony in Glasses. For example, when brewing Bai Hao Yin Zhen, the leaves take up an upward position, and, drawn out into a string, move up and down resembling stalactites in a cave – this show is gorgeous to watch.

The green leaves of the Bai Mu Dan tea or white-green leaves of An Ji Bai Cha open up in the cup’s clear water which gives the impression that the elegant flower buds are starting to bloom in the glass.

The leaves of yellow tea Jun Shan Yin Zhen can make their way from the bottom of the glass to the surface and back again thrice. At the very end, the buds remain in the upright position at the bottom of the glass resembling young shoots of bamboo forcing their way to the surface out of the soil.

Flower teas with their fanciful shapes of silkworm cocoons, pearls, rings, and curls are no less beautiful when opening up in an adorable dance in the scent of fresh jasmine tea.


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