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HEI CHA (黑茶), CHINESE DARK TEA

There is a kind of tea in China, which is almost unknown in the West today, in spite of the fact that it has a long history and is in demand in Asia. This is Hei Сha, 黑茶. “Hei Cha” literally means “black tea”, but this “black” is quite different from the well-known one. 

GREEN TEA

Green tea or Lü Cha (绿茶) represents the largest category of Chinese teas – hundreds of varieties, cultivated in 18 provinces. It’s the most loved type of tea in China. Processing features make it full of nutrients. It’s taste is fresh and aroma is light and soft – grass-flower, creamy or nutty, or sweet, or seaweed-savory, or crisp, with barely perceptible tartness flavor which transformed into bright finish on your tongue for a few minutes after a sip. It is designed to make you feel fresh – as clear and bright as a spring morning. Among the variety of greens stand out several whose history goes back hundreds of years ago. At a different time, they were awarded the right to be called Imperial tea: grow and get processed under the supervision of special officials and get delivered to the court of the Son of Heaven.

From the history of Chinese porcelain

Proto-ceramics, Yuan Tao Qi 原陶器

Pottery is one of the most ancient crafts mastered by human beings. In China, they believe it was introduced by legendary rulers Shan Nun (Divine Farmer) and The Yellow Emperor Huan Di. Modern archeological researches confirm that the art of clay work - "tao-qi" (陶器 in Chinese) - had already developed to quite high standards in the middle reaches of river Huang He in the Late Stone Age (VIII century BC).

Basic items for mundane and ritual use were: cups ("bo" - 缽), bowls ("pen" - 盆), chalices ("van" -碗), glasses ("bei" - 杯), plates ("pan" - 盤), stemmed wineglasses ("dou" - 豆), cauldrons ("fu" - 釜), tripods ("ding" - 鼎), pots ("guan" - 罐) and jars ("hu" - 壺). 

Boiled Tea. How to brew tea on an open fire.

Boiled tea is a very ancient tradition. It has been widespread in China, Mongolia, Tibet and other Asian regions. The are still some places were the tea is boiled. A thousand years ago the tea ware was not used for the tea making. The tea was cooked with salt, spices and used as a healthy and tonic beverage.

History of Georgian Tea

Georgian tea is a Northern product. Its history has been modelled by romantic dreams and energy of enthusiasts, talented entrepreneurs and hard working scientists, heroic efforts of usual workers and technical imagination of engineers. Through a long and difficult period of development, it came to a brilliant moment of flourishing which was immediately followed by degeneration and almost oblivion. However, wherever a tea bush was once planted by a hand of a man who cares - their common story surely has a continuation.

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Adrian Rees. Art beyond limits

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00:00:00 Introduction
00:00:50 Building ceramic ties between Jingdezhen and Delft
00:16:58 How did Adrian get into ceramics?
00:24:14 What was Adrian’s most inspiring project?
00:26:50 How politics affects art?
00:29:24 Adrian Rees’s latest project
00:43:40 A joint project with a Chinese master
00:47:30 A mix of Chinese and Western art
00:53:10 What working on a new project look like?
01:00:56 Conclusion

My book "Geography of Chinese tea" finally out in English!

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Sergey Shevelev is a traveler, tea-tester and blogger, founder of the Moychay international tea company.

He considers ambassadorship of tea culture to be one of his main life goals. Searching for the best tea, he spent ten years traveling far and wide through all the famous tea regions of China, reaching the remotest villages to see how tea grows, how it harvested and processed. In Geography of Chinese Tea Sergey systematized the experience thus accumulated over the years of intimate acquaintance with the Chinese tea tradition.

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00:00:00 Our new book introduction
00:02:58 What is this book about?
00:05:43 The structure of the book
00:08:10 Is there still room for discovery?

Can You Find Good Tea Online? Where to Buy Chinese Tea?

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In this episode of the ABC of Tea we’re talking about different ways to find and buy good tea. Is Buying tea online a good idea? Is it easy to find good tea in China? Find out more about that in our video.
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00:00:00 Introduction
00:00:28 Where to find good tea? Are Chinese e-shops a good option?
00:03:57 How do Chinese tea-lovers buy tea?
00:05:32 Where to look for good tea in China?
00:08:24 Are all Chinese tea-lovers tea specialists?

Geography of Chinese Tea - book presentation in Amsterdam

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Sergey Shevelev is a traveler, tea-tester and blogger, founder of the Moychay international tea company.

He considers ambassadorship of tea culture to be one of his main life goals. Searching for the best tea, he spent ten years traveling far and wide through all the famous tea regions of China, reaching the remotest villages to see how tea grows, how it harvested and processed. In Geography of Chinese Tea Sergey systematized the experience thus accumulated over the years of intimate acquaintance with the Chinese tea tradition.

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Delft Landart park. With Jeroen Bechtold

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00:00:00 Introduction.
00:00:02 Where are we going?
00:01:05 Arriving at the Art Centre. What is this place?
00:03:54 The story of the porcelain glass project
00:13:00 Having a look at the moving sculptures
00:13:50 Seeing other installations
00:19:10 A section for the blind
00:20:01 Business & Arts living together

Tineke van Gils. Porcelain with Passion.

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00:00:00 Introduction. Having a look at the master’s gallery and collection
00:04:01 Secrets of making a perfect teapot
00:06:30 How teapots are made in China
00:09:17 What makes a perfect teapot lid?
00:11:02 Teapots with translucent cobalt windows
00:11:55 Making ceramics in China using traditional technologies, shapes and decor
00:23:00 Master’s 100 teapots project
00:24:47 The story of the first trip to China
00:26:52 What can be a source of inspiration?
00:34:44 What does participating in an exhibition look like? Having a look at some unique works
00:48:12 Exploring master’s workshop. Mixing traditions with new styles
00:52:50 How Tineke van Gills works. Visiting master’s shop
01:03:25 Drinking tea with the master and listening to her story
01:28:20 The conclusion

ABC of Tea. Teabags. Is it safe?

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In this episode of the ABC of tea we’ll be talking about teabags. We’ll compare teabags and loose leaf tea, we’ll see, whether teabags are cheaper and easier to brew and will explore the easiest methods of proper brewing.
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