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]


016-1a0243
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]


014-1a0203
Small inspiration for your tea meditation

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


017-1a0267
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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„gan; 干 - dry. Sometimes used to describe a certain feeling in the mouth, typically on the tongue or in the throat that is either due to the nature of the tea, or the way it has been processed or stored. Distinct from astringrent. See also 燥/zao“

Source Web: Zhi Zheng Tea Shop. Puer Tea Glossary[online]. Available on WWW: <http://www.zhizhengtea.com/>. [q605] [s78]

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