Tea Art - Environment of tea tasting

By Emma Chang | 20 November 2018 | 0 Comments
Tea has the effect of fitness, thirst quenching, healing, and enjoys of the taste, but also cultivates sentiment, so people call tea a healthy drink.
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Tea drinking customs - Hui people guanguan tea

By Emma Chang | 19 November 2018 | 0 Comments
The Hui people mainly live in the northwest of China. Because it is located on the plateau, the climate is cold, lack supply of vegetables, and dairy products are one of the main foods in the area.
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Tea drinking customs - Tujia people ground tea

By Emma Chang | 16 November 2018 | 0 Comments
The Tujia people mainly live in the Wuling Mountain area at the junction of Hunan, Hubei, Sichuan and Guizhou. It is one of the tourist attractions of China. Because the local ecological environment is suitable for growing tea trees, it has always been an important place for many famous teas in China.
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Tea drinking customs - Bai people, three cups of tea

By Emma Chang | 15 November 2018 | 0 Comments
The Bai people live in the southwestern part of China, but they are mainly distributed in the Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture of Yunnan Province. The three cup of teas are the Bai people who are warm and hospitable in Dali celebrate the festival, the birthday, and the wedding.
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Tea drinking customs - Blang people sour tea

By Emma Chang | 14 November 2018 | 0 Comments
The Blang ethnic group has a total of around 58,000 people. It is one of the earliest  groups that planted tea trees in Yunnan, and is known as the “ancient tea farmer”. They live in high mountains above 1500m above sea level. Eating sour tea is a unique tea custom of the Blang people. Unlike ordinary tea brewing methods, Bulang people eat sour tea.
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Tea drinking customs - Lisu people thunder sound tea

By Emma Chang | 13 November 2018 | 0 Comments
There are nearly 500,000 Lisu people, mainly living in Yunnan Province. Drinking thunder sound tea is the trend of the Lisu people.
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Tea drinking customs: Naxi people salt tea and "Dragon Tiger Fight"

By Emma Chang | 12 November 2018 | 0 Comments
There are more than 200,000 Naxi people, mainly living in Yunnan and Sichuan. The Naxi people living in the alpine valley area, because the living area is more than two thousand meters above sea level, the climate is dry, the staple food is mixed grains, and the vegetables are lacking. Tea has become an indispensable item for them.
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Tea drinking customs - Dai and Lahu people Bamboo tea

By Emma Chang | 09 November 2018 | 0 Comments
Bamboo tube tea is a kind of drink that is unique to the Dai and Lahu people.
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Tea drinking customs - Mongolian Salty milk tea

By Emma Chang | 08 November 2018 | 0 Comments
Like the herdsmen of Xinjiang and Tibet, Mongolians like to drink salty milk tea which is boiled tea with milk and salt.
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Tea drinking customs - Tibetan butter tea

By Emma Chang | 07 November 2018 | 0 Comments
Tibet is known as the “roof of the world”. The terrain is high, the air is thin, the climate is dry and cold. Most of the local people believe in Lamaism. They mainly graze and plant dryland crops. There are few vegetables and fruits, and they mainly eat milk and meat. Tea is the main source of nutritional supplement for local people and has become an indispensable food for life. At present, Tibet's annual per capita tea consumption is about 15 kg, which is the highest in the China.
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