Documentary 1/6 :Tea, The Story of a Leaf

Updated: Nov 5, 2019

Tea plays an important role in many cultures, from being part of religious ceremonies in Japan, to being a daily ritual for people in England. A new documentary explores how the drink affects the lives of millions of people.

Chinese people started to drink tea 2,000 years ago and The Classic of Tea, written by Lu Yu (AD 733-804) in the eighth century, elevated the humble beverage to an important part of Chinese culture. It is said tea was introduced to India in the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 24) and later spread around the world.

A new six-part documentary, Tea, The Story of a Leaf, explores how the universally loved and widely consumed beverage affects people's lives around the world.

Tea,The Story of a Leaf

Episode 1 :The Spirit of Tea

#Documentary #culture #tea

Tea-story in the episode 1:

  1. Pu-erh Acient Tree Tea in Jingmai, Yunnan Province

  2. Long Jing Green Tea in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province

  3. Meng Ding Huang Ya Yellow Tea in Mountain Mengding, Ya An, Sichuan Province

  4. Lapsang Souchong Black Tea in Tongmu, Mountain Wuyi, Fujian Province

  5. Tibetan Tea (Dark Tea) in Ya An, Sichuan Province

  6. Da Hong Pao (Oolong Tea) in Mountain Wuyi, Fujian Province

  7. Baihao Yinzhen White Tea in Mountain Taimu, Fuding County, Fujian Province

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