Korean Nokcha eherbata.pl
Taste and looks like a delicious Japanese tea Tamaryokucha or Kamacha, having at the same time the individual character.
It is full green tea, an interesting classic taste, flexible and being able to give "power" as a dynamic tea from Vietnam and China's Yunnan, and in the same time having a bit of sweetness and delicacy of Japanese teas.
Even 30 years ago in Korea, the tea industry was very weak, most of the crop remained in the hands of small farmers, but the great traditions of tea on the Korean peninsula dates back a long time. For Korea, Kim brought tea seeds during Taeryom unified Silla kingdom. At the time of the next dynasty - Koryo - King got a cup of tea every morning during the ceremony connected with music, tea accompanied by a diplomatic ceremonies. Koreans also boast that in the sixth century Korean monk named Yongri took tea to Japan.
At the end of the Middle Ages, in the Yi Dynasty, the court replaced Confucian Buddhist ceremony, and the production facilities are covered with high taxes, so that even the most abandoned monastery cultivation. It was only in the eighteenth century, there has been a revival of the tea, which was a proponent of Son Chou Sa.
The most famous is a Korean saying: "tea and meditation have the same taste," and it refers to the Zen philosophy of tea in Korea, which has a lot in common, because the tea ceremony in Korea is very unique, but similar to Japanese chado. Accentuates the lines of the world and the location of people involved in the ceremony. The host always sits facing the east, and the guests - which should be three (the most important one in the middle) - to the west.
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