Serving tea in a glass

24 May 2013
Serving tea in a glass

In China, it is customary to prepare certain teas by steeping them directly in a large glass. You then watch the leaves unfurling in the hot water as they rise and descend, appearing to dance…

It’s a simple yet joyful spectacle, and the perfect prelude to the tasting itself.

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