Chinese Paintings


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q806] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q807] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q808] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q809] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q810] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q811] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q812] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q813] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q814] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q815] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q816] [s88]


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Small inspiration for your tea meditation

Source Book: Chinese Paintings. [q817] [s88]




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„Smell:
Dry leaves: smell the leaves before you brew them. You can smell them before and after you put them in the heated gaiwan.
The gaibei's lid: lots of fragrant smells accumulate below the lid. Smell and you'll know when the tea is ready. You can also smell it after you pour the tea out.
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Source Web: Tea Masters Blog. Gong fu cha brewing: the 5 senses[online]. 2005. Available on WWW: <http://teamasters.blogspot.com/>. [q867] [s91]

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