There are several special circumstances in which tea is prepared and consumed in Chinese culture
Lu'an Melon Seed Tea was a type of gong cha ("tribute tea") to the imperial family during the Qing dynasty (1644–1911)
Attention to tea-making quality has been a classic Chinese tradition
. When it was time to drink the tea, it was ground into a powder and mixed with water using a whisk to create a frothy beverage.
the bent fingers supposedly signify a bowing servant
A change in Chinese tea drinking vessels was evident at this point
In the past, Shanghai teahouses are regarded as learned and refined places in Shanghai
Chinese tea houses refer to the public place where people gathered to drink tea and spend their spare time.
The teahouses provided a delicate stage for discussion for the ordinary people and also reflecting all kinds of phenomena among the people in Qing Dynasty
Wen Zhenheng's encyclopedic book contains the following descriptions of several famous Ming Dynasty teas
A poem from Gao Qi
In 2008 Gongcheng oil tea was listed as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Guangxi
A brief introduction of how to make green tea in China
The Longjing is literally "Dragon Well"
China is the hometown of Tea
Dragon and Phoenix Cake