I'm new to the forum and would like to introduce simple, plain, noble chinese tea.
In fact, tea drinking goes back to its general concept based on Yin Yang philosophy and the five elements of traditional chinese medicine. It’s primarily a mean of accessing wellbeing through different aspects of life such as flavour, taste, taking time, etc. Nature has given us tea, a unique tree of which the liquor is largely appreciated.
Should you want to buy some high-quality tea make sure it has been of carefullly selected and doesn’t contain any pesticides or other elements such as heavy metal that could gravely affect health. The first harvest of the best “crus” should be parsimoniously selected manually each year. In that way, tea stays noble and pure.
I'll post some information about what I know of tea and since I've been a tea passionate since quite a long time, I hope you'll enjoy it! Any comments, suggestions or remarks are more than welcome!
May 25th, '09, 14:02
Joined: Apr 22nd, '06
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