茶煙(烟) Tea smoke refers to the smoke produced during the process of burning tea, boiling water and making tea. In the works of literati, the tea smoke related to tea products is mostly a kind of feeling, a kind of realm. 琴韻(韵) The rhythm of playing Qin
There are bamboo, pine, Wutong and moon outside the house, there are Qin, Tea and scholar inside the room. The rain is beating on the leaves of the bamboo trees, the wind blowing the pine trees and the reading sound coming from the house. The moon is hanging on the Wutong tree, and the dense tea smoke is in harmony with the loud Qin music in the house. “竹雨松风琴韵，茶烟梧月书声” In such an environment, it’s really elegant to play the Qin and to enjoy the moon. It is not vulgar to match this couplet with any picture of mountains and rivers cooking tea.