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The brewing methods are designed for tea of the Tang Dynasty. You can request verification for native languages by completing a simple application that takes only a couple of minutes. This chapter ranks the eight tea producing regions downlosd China.

Though he did bring some nice things to the west I found only one translation myself perhaps the same Sep 8, Cha ching. Korean ginseng is generally classsic the best. Tea Masters blog, an epicurean advocate, turns water and a few tea leaves into a spiritual beverage: Posted by TeaMasters at 1: Drying and storing of collected tea. Types of water and water quality, things to look out for and timing of boiling water.

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If you have 5 guests pour three wans of the really exquisite tea and share them amongst your guests. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. At age 14, Lu Yu was discovered by the local governor Li Qiwu, who offered Classuc Yu the use of his library and the opportunity to study with a teacher.

Tea utensils and brewing methods that can be simplified or improvised under various outdoor and unusual habitat environments. Benefits of good teas and bad teas.

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The Classic of Tea

Local legend has it that he discovered tea in that place, where the oldest wild tea trees still survive, and this is how: Japan Reisebericht Teil II 2 months ago.

Vote Promote or demote ideas. However, if the tea is not picked at the right time or been processed unskilfully or contains bit of weeds or rotten leaves, then consuming tea, he says, will lead to illness. This chapter discusses the actual consumption of tea, some of its properties, the history of tea drinking, and the various types of tea known in 8th century China. In the previous chapter I referred to the poetry of the Heian era and observed that the way of thinking about tea that the aristocratic and priestly classes depicted in their writing was a direct importation from China.

Antique Porcelain from 7 shipwrecks Silver teapot 2 gaibei, a tea taster and a Champagne flute to ta In the age of massive borrowing from China, for example, the This page was last edited on 16 Decemberat One day, after consecutively tasting 72 poisonous herbs, he finally tried the leaf of the tea tree and suffered no ill effects, ie the tea nullified all those poisons!

This is because Cha Jing was written in a traditional classic the classic of tea lu yu pdf download language called Wen Yan Wen, the classic of tea lu yu pdf download highly condensed, refined and poetic styled written Chinese often used by scholars and poets.

Lu Yu; the Saint of Tea and Cha Jing

Texture and features of quality brick tea. The right time of the day, season and climate for plucking. According to Lu Yu the leaves can be harvested after three years. Unfortunately thd there are not many people who fully understand or appreciate this beautiful classic literary language.

Begin with an index list of influential individuals related to tea before the Tang period. The geographical region, harvest seasons and growing methods in relation to tea quality.

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Tools and methods that can be excluded in cultivation and processing under abnormal conditions. Types of water and water quality, things to look out for and timing of boiling water. History is filled with scoundrels and frauds.

Saw Lu Yu off to Pick Tea Thousand mountains greeted my departing friend When spring the classic of tea lu yu pdf download blossoming again With indepth knowledge in picking tea Through morning mist or crimson evening clouds His solitary journey is my envy Rendezvous in a o of a remote mountain We enjoyed picnic by a clear pebble fountain In this silent night Lit up a candle light I knocked a marble bell for chime While deep in thought for old time.