Tea Notes – the Daoist Tea Book Cha Pu Zhu Quan

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Author and Artist: Wenzhuo Liu (Tea Blog of Tea Notes)

ISBN: 979-8-63218-916-3

Publishing house: Verlag der Deutschen Daoistischen Vereinigung

Edition: 1 (2020)

Page: 56

Description

Author and Artist: Wenzhuo Liu (Tea Blog of Tea Notes)

ISBN: 979-8-63218-916-3

Publishing house: Verlag der Deutschen Daoistischen Vereinigung

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Edition: 1 (2020)

Page: 56

Format: 32

Preface:

Tea Notes intends to teach the understanding of Dao (Tao) within tea, to understand the principles of nature. Dao Fa Zi Ran道法自然, Daoim (Taoism) follows the nature world, which is the inner law of all things, is the highest sacred words in the Chinese daoist (taoist) culture. Zhu Quan openly proposed that tea should be given a metaphysical position in the cultural heritage.

Since it is possible to understand Dao with tea, Tea Notes attaches great importance to the quality of tea people, tea ceremony is “meant to be one man’s matter in the mountains and forests, loftily aloof from worldly things, drifting away from this world, how could we talk it over with laymen at a common point?”. Therefore, the status of this tea man can be ignored, but he must be highly ambitious and open-minded. Only this kind of tea man who has broken the shackles of the secular concept, Zhu Quan can talk Dao with.

Content:

Introduction                   3

Cha Pu – Tea Notes       11

Taste Tea                       19

Store Tea                       21

Whisk Tea                      23

Scented Tea-Method      25

Tea Furnace                    27

Tea Stove                        29

Tea Mill                           31

Tea Roller                        33

Tea Sieve                         35

Tea Stand                        37

Tea Spoon                       39

Tea Brush                        41

Tea Bowl                          43

Tea Jar                             45

Tea Soup Boiling Method 47

Taste Water                     49

Preview:

The tea trees in the north garden are beautiful, tall and straight, dense and lush, luxuriant and green, row by row. The stream of the south ravine is clear and cold, trickling down sluggishly, makes the sounds silvery like pearls and jades. Although the marvellous stones of the east mountains stand reclusive, they are as warm as jade, mild and moist, pealing clearly like bronzes. As well as the tea making people, lean and poor, incongruous and aloof, mad and stalwart, take stones from the east mountains to light a fire, boil the tea from the north garden with the water from the south ravine. If a tea drinker knows nothing about tea, he should shrink his hands into his sleeve instead of reaching out! Because the tea ceremony is meant to be one man’s matter in the mountains and forests, loftily aloof from worldly things, drifting away from this world, how could we talk it over with laymen at a common point? I once raised my head and gazed the sky, cooked clear spring water with a swaying fire, that is what I so called, an inter flow is shared with the sky to open up my mind, with such water to nurture my inner spirit, this way is not only to amuse myself around a tea stove but also helps me on my self-cultivation, how could one word “quiet” be expressed these? It is written by Han Xuzi Immortal Qu.

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