Chinese tea culture is vast and profound with a long history


Chinese food culture is vast and profound, with a long […]

Chinese food culture is vast and profound, with a long history. Speaking of diet, how can you drop a drink? It is bound to be represented by tea and wine, seen in ordinary people's homes, and condensed with Chinese culture, reflecting the two personalities of the Chinese.
Before the battle was launched in ancient times, there were grape wine in the luminous cup. If the trip is triumphant, when the party is drinking, Qiandou will not hesitate, dry mouthful.
But tea is not like that. Like the most bitter tea, it only makes people feel a deep aftertaste on the tongue.
Tea is suitable for the quiet window chess, moonlight burning incense, ancient Tong three lanes, drinking and talking; suitable for waking up in the afternoon without a thing, sitting alone on the mountain in the rain, tasting alone, stealing floating half-day leisure. "Tea hidden, alcoholic man", tea makes people sober, alcohol makes people intoxicated.
When drinking, "alcohol enters the gut, and seven minutes into the moonlight." With a grandeur in his chest, the wine is poured in, and his mood is more open and hearty. When the literati saboteur drank fine wine alone, the wine was temporarily separated from the world, and it was drunk and drunk, and it was "carefree and enjoyable" after being drunk. When drinking tea, "tea is life, and tea leaves rise and fall in the pot, it seems like the ups and downs of life." Make a cup of clear tea by yourself, watch the tea spin, rise, and fall in boiling water, and finally sink to the bottom of the cup. Open the bowl, the fragrance is elegant and refreshing.
When I drink it for the first time, I feel slightly bitter, and when I taste it again, I return to sweetness, and the fragrance of tea lingers between the lips and teeth. In this fine taste, my mood is peaceful.
Wine and tea are like a quiet movement, lively as wine, and calm as tea. It's like the two most prestigious poets in Chinese history, the poet Li Bai and the poet Saint Du Fu. Li Bai is like wine, Du Fu is like tea. "Li Bai has a hundred poems, and Changan City sleeps at the restaurant. The emperor can't come to the ship. He claims that the minister is the immortal in wine." It is from Du Fu's "Eight Immortals in Drink". This highlights Li Bai's passion for drinking, wild and unrestrained, while the wine is booming, he makes a big pen to form a poem. Du Fu once said that "there is ambiguity and daring not to drink wine", not only for the temperance of wine, but also the poems are well-rounded and rational. Tea can be refined, it is loved by the Buddhists, wine can nourish qi, and the fairy family can drink it. In this way, when you have tea, you can learn how to listen to Buddhism, and when you have alcohol, you can learn how to use immortality.

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