Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony


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Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony

Postby teaarts » Aug 5th, '05, 04:33

Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony information, will be posted here along with ceremony procedures and rules. Share comments, questions,, and answers about: brewing methods, tea ware, tea ceremonies, tea links, tea performances and outings, . All are welcome... beginner and master alike


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Postby PeteVu » Aug 5th, '05, 06:32

automatic post gone haywire eh?
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Postby Marlene » Aug 5th, '05, 11:30

I don't know about automatic posting. Teaarts/Icedtea posted this on RFDT a couple of weeks ago. S/he was mostly mocked, which I don't like to see, but I do agree with the general feeling. I'm not a big fan of 'modern' (ie made up) tea ceremonies.
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Postby chris » Aug 5th, '05, 12:09

Luckily, we never make fun of anybody!

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Postby teaspoon » Aug 5th, '05, 13:01

Marlene wrote:I'm not a big fan of 'modern' (ie made up) tea ceremonies.


Tradition's gotta start somewhere, I guess...

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Postby Marlene » Aug 5th, '05, 21:11

I know that traditions have to start somewhere. But I think they're better when they develop over time into a ritual, not when someone goes "hey, let's make up a ceremony!"
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Postby teaspoon » Aug 6th, '05, 12:21

Oh yeah, I agree. Especially when people try to tout new ceremonies as rooted in ancient tradition... kinda like Wicca. (I can say that cos I have lots of Wiccan/NeoPagan friends.) But yeah I was just sayin'. I guess my previous post lacked a *shrug*

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mean lean green

Postby icetea-sherdwen » Sep 1st, '05, 07:58

You know green tea is a tea that one could make theirself, if you had a tea bush or severly and picked some nice young health leaves and steamed or dried, or even did it like the tang dynasty or lu-yu, the tea sage, and ground it some and boiled it. Just a thought. I heard that a good tea to grow is fu-shou (an oolong with fat leaves). I guess with fat you get more for your money. In Taiwan I went to a tea estate were we had a guide/farmer and we made some oolong... they did the picking we just did the fermenting/tossing/roasting it still took about two days, it sure did make me appreciate "made tea"....
oh, about the ceremony stuff if anyone is interested it is here.
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one nice thing about a tea ceremony is it is a way to expose folks to tea. I think last time I posted some others thought I was conjuring up ghosts...hahhahah just kidding

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