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The course is divided into the introduction of tradition and scientific theory and the practice of making medical tea. The course lasts for 45 minutes. Participants can master the simple method of making blend medical tea and learn more about the history of blended medical tea, the concept and connotation of blended tea at present. Understand the basic principles of preparing medical tea, practice different methods of blended medical tea.
Yuan Zhongdao, a great scholar of the Ming Dynasty, recorded that he met a old Taoist priest in Changsheng Cliff, Wudang, and gave him a round cake shaped medicinal tea, which was very sweet and delicious. This is the health care tea, mandarin tea, invented by Wudang Taoist in the Ming Dynasty. In Wudang of the Ming Dynasty, there were many pilgrims who brought a lot of seasonal fruits to worship. In addition to distributing the good looking fruit to pilgrims, Taoists who cherish things will make Taoist medicinal tea from the mandarin that looks bad, putting tea and Chinese herbal medicine into mandarin to dry, it not only has medicinal value, but also can be preserved for a long time. This tea making process was also brought to Taiwan, this method has been passed down from generation to generation. Now we can find many similar fruit medicine tea and newly developed tea products on the market. Tea Blog
Blended tea has a very long history in China, but in different periods, the name contains different contents and forms of expression. It can be traced back to the cake tea and tea porridge in the Three Kingdoms period (220-280). When tea was introduced to other countries, many blended tea were also derived, such as British black tea with milk and sugar, green tea with mint and lemon in Asia and Africa. In China’s traditional tea culture, green tea, black tea, oolong tea, black tea and other teas can be used as the basis for blending tea, with a wide range of accessories, including fruits, grains, herbs and even spices. These accessories not only enhance the flavor and taste of tea, but also have certain health care functions, which are popular with the public. Traditional blended tea has obvious regional characteristics. Ethnic groups in some Asian regions, such as Mongolia, China Xinjiang, Russia, etc., drink milk tea, ethnic minorities in Tibet, Qinghai, Yunnan, Sichuan province and other regions in China drink butter tea, and mountain people in Hunan, Guizhou, Guangxi and other regions drink Lei tea.
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