miércoles, 3 de junio de 2015

Tea Ceremony

Holaaa babys! Hoy he hecho un ceremonial del te, casi igual que el chino jaja. La verdad que nuestro ceremonial del te se parece más ( por la estética) al ceremonial del te inglés del siglo XVIII. Pero bueno, lo hemos hecho porque vale la pena cuidarse y mimarse. Para eso, he utilizado la mejor tetera y tazas que tenía. Son casi tan viejos que el ritual del te ( exagero un poco quizás).
El te hace parte de la cultura asiatica, ya que es la bebida nacional en China, y es una muestra de respeto o una manera de pedir perdón. Nosotras (yo y mi hermana) lo hicimos porque nos apetecía un buen te (relax te) y capuccino (gusto caramelo para mí).
Aquí os dejo nuestro ceremonial del te :)
Besooooos :*

(EN)

Hello babys! Today we decided to have our tea ceremony, like the Chinese one jaja. I think that is more an English Afternoon Tea Ceremony. If you judge the esthetics details, it seems the tea of Duchess of Bedford, XVIII century. But we celebrate our tea ceremony because it worths to take care of you. For this reason, I used the best teapot and teacups we had home. It is almost so old like the tea ceremony (jajaja kidding)
The tea is part of the Asiatic culture, for example in China is the national drink  and is a sign of respect or a way to apologize. We (me and my sister) do it because we want one of our moments to enjoy a good tea ( relax tea) and a good cappuccino (for me).
Here are some photos of our tea ceremony.

Kisses:*



 

More details about tea and tea ceremony here:

The green tea house (tea information, tea recipes, tea shop)
Chinese Tea Ceremony ( a complete blog explanation about Chinese tea ceremony)
Chinese Tea Culture ( A Wikipedia explanation)

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2 comentarios:

  1. This is a really cool post! I love those tea cups. They're adorable!

    Jessica | notjessfashion.com

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    1. Thanks Jess) Glad you like it! You are welcome on my blog :)

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