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Utilisation du Gaiwan

Utilisation du Gaiwan

Process of making Pu-erh Tea Cake.  Sichuan Tea Expo, Chengdu 2012, May 17-20, 2012, Chengdu International Exhibition Center.  Recorded by TeaVivre.

Sichuan Tea Expo, Chengdu 2012 is held on May 17 to 20 at Chengdu International Exhibition Center.On the purpose of bringing you more information of tea, TeaVivre joined the Sichuan Tea Expo, Chengdu And we are lucky to witness the making of Pu-erh

No other country on earth has contributed as much to the rich history of tea or to the discovery and understanding of tea cultivation and tea manufacture as China. During the illustrious dynasty periods of Chinese history, the six great classes of tea ( black, green, oolong, Pu-erh, white, yellow ) were created one by one as tea workers continually refined the tea-making process.

No other country on earth has contributed as much to the rich history of tea or to the discovery and understanding of tea cultivation and tea manufacture as China. During the illustrious dynasty periods of Chinese history, the six great classes of tea ( black, green, oolong, Pu-erh, white, yellow ) were created one by one as tea workers continually refined the tea-making process.

China Tea Travels: A Tea House in the Nongyuan Artist Village of Chengdu

This past Saturday (March we met Bogdan and his wife, Weiyan, in Chengdu and traveled to the Nongyuan Artist Village of Chengdu (see my.

Gaiwan

A gaiwan (simplified Chinese: 盖碗; traditional Chinese: 蓋碗) is a Chinese lidded bowl used for the infusion and consumption of tea and was invented during the Ming Dynasty. It consists of a bowl, a lid, and a saucer.