7 Warm Atmosphere of The Moscow Tea Museum

Warm Atmosphere of The Moscow Tea Museum

Posted on November 29, 2010 by team

Here is a report about one of tea ceremonies in the Moscow Tea Museum. Maria, the “Tea Master” held the ceremony for children – she prepared white tea Bai-Hao-Ing-Chzen according to the Chinese tradition. A tea master must know how to prepare water, must know everything about the 6 kinds of tea, where they grow, how they are gathered and how they can influence people.

A tea maser should also not only make tea – he or she should create the necessary “tea-atmosphere”, in order to immerse people in the “tea-condition” and cause strong emotional experiences.

There are several steps of water heating – each has its own name – “crawfish eyes”, “shrimp eyes”, “fish eyes”, “pearl threads” and “the white key”…

When the water is ready, the master “twists” it and adds tea leaves…


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7 Responses to “Warm Atmosphere of The Moscow Tea Museum”

  1. Hellahulla says:

    Being English I love me some tea. And I would love to visit this place.

  2. FührerBunker.AT says:

    F. Bunker here.

    hmmm James its time for the tea, f.uck this awfull kid A. Bunka with his caffee

  3. OLUT says:

    Kinda looks like an opium den. An innocent, child-filled opium den.

  4. DougW says:

    Tea is ok if you are out of coffee.

  5. Left SR says:

    Skip the boring ritual and just pour it in a large glass with ice. (can you tell I’m a U.S. Southerner?)

  6. moo says:

    tea > coffee

  7. asteroid no. 444 says:

    Green Tea… Good for what ails you.

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