Chinese Tea Culture
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Tea in China is divided into basic tea and reprocessed tea. There are six kinds of basic tea: black tea, green tea, black tea, yellow tea, green tea (oolong tea) and white tea. Reprocessed tea: It is made by reprocessing six major teas as basic raw materials. Including scented tea, compact tea, instant tea, tea drinks, etc.
Tea ceremony is a kind of performance art that expresses certain etiquette, personality, artistic conception, aesthetic viewpoint and spiritual thought through tea tasting activities. It is the combination of tea art and spirit, and expresses spirit through tea art. It flourished in the Tang Dynasty, flourished in the Song and Ming Dynasties, and declined in the Qing Dynasty. The main content of Chinese tea ceremony pays attention to the beauty of five surroundings, namely tea, tea, temperature, tea set, environment, and emotional conditions, in order to enjoy the highest "taste" and "heart". Known as aesthetic religion, the Japanese tea ceremony, which takes harmony, respect, Qing and silence as its basic spirits, inherits the legacy of Tang and Song Dynasties.
In-depth excavation of the connotation of Chinese culture, in-depth research and exploration of the revival of Chinese culture. Tea culture belongs to the category of Chinese culture, that is, the beauty of artistic conception formed by standardizing every detail of tea tasting with etiquette, paying attention to tea, tea, temperature, tea set, environment, and the cultivation and emotion of drinkers.
The connotation of tea culture is actually a concrete manifestation of the connotation of Chinese culture. Talking about tea culture must be combined with the tea ceremony of Chinese culture. The spiritual connotation of tea culture is a cultural phenomenon with distinct Chinese cultural characteristics, which is formed by combining the habits of making tea, appreciating tea, smelling tea, drinking tea, tasting tea and the cultural connotation and etiquette of China. It can also be said to be a etiquette phenomenon. The tea ceremony should follow certain rules. In the Tang Dynasty, in order to overcome the nine difficulties, namely, making, distinguishing, utensils, fire, water, roasting, powder, boiling and drinking.
In the Song Dynasty, tea was tasted at 3 Points, "3 Points" were new tea, oasis and cleaning, good weather and elegant and congenial guests. On the contrary, it is "three noes". In the Ming Dynasty, it was thirteen suitable and seven taboos. "Thirteen Appropriate" is one thing, two good guests, three sitting alone, four chants of poems, five waves of Han, six roams, seven sleeps, eight nights awakens, nine clear offerings, ten fine houses, eleven understanding, twelve appreciation, and thirteen literary servants. The "seven taboos" are one that is not as good as the law, two that are evil, three that are not rhyming, four that are harsh in petticoats, five that are miscellaneous in meat and food, six that are busy and redundant, and many that are evil on the desk between the seven walls.