In Quanzhou, southeast China's Fujian Province, planting and drinking tea is a popular tradition with many. The tea ceremony is an important part in drinking tea, also called the Kung Fu Tea Ceremony.
The tea pot needs to be heated on the surface with barely boiling water to keep the tea leaves brewed at an appropriate temperature.
Lifting the kettle to pour the tea causes it to have a better color, fragrance, and flavor.
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Ideally, the pot should be small and paired with a second serving pot to help evenly blend the tea flavor. The equivalent of approximately one teacup of tea is brewed at a time in this approach and the tea is consumed from very small cups. This permits very fine control of temperature vs. brewing time.
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