Cha Qu 茶趣: How water affects the taste of tea

September 9, 2014 § Leave a comment

Chinese see everything in the world as a manifestation of either a male or female principle. For example, water is female, which means tea must be male. A funny thing is that when a boy chases or flirts with a girl, it is called “to brew – pao 泡” in Chinese. Well, if water is female, this means a…

Cha Qu 茶趣: How water affects the taste of tea was originally published on Things I Should See

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