Yixing is a city of artisans responsible for producing China’s most valued teapot. “A teapot is like a woman,” Meng Hao says, proudly holding a teapot she made. It’s small and plump, hued a deep orange-red coloured. She brushes her finger on the handle’s curvature from bottom […]
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History of Tea
Tea isn’t quite so proper these days. There isn’t really the ceremony of bringing out a tea set, setting out a pot, milk and sugar, and drinking tea around the table from delicate tea cups. Tea seems more utilitarian – with thermoses and tumblers with strainers […]
With high tea happening less on land and more flying high in the sky – have you ever wondered where high tea started? What the history was? Well this amazing info graphic, via confused.com, tells the different customs and history of tea: This graphic shows the […]