Teaparker and the association Cha Ren Ya Xin have performed 4 High Mountain Cha Xi at this historic site in Taipei: the Zhisheng Memorial in the Tatung University (on Chung Shan North Rd, Sec 3, No 40). It's a house from the Japanese era (1895-1945) that belonged to the founder of Tatung (a local industrial company). It shows how well the local Taiwanese elite adapted to the Japanese rule at that time. This place is such a natural fit for a Chaxi that I started to install mine before everybody else arrived.
in-house photographer, we were not allowed to take pictures. I was nevertheless able to take these 2 shots with my phone without disturbing anybody. We performed one after another for 4 guests at a time:
my Shanlinxi high mountain Oolong, I think that the combination of the silver kettle for very pure and hot water with a zhuni teapot for the harmony of flavors enabled me to get a very powerful, sweet and deep result!
Michel François has some bluish tones and symbolizes the blue sky over the mountains. My little bamboo plant with a stone is another symbol of the vegetation growing on Shanlinxi.
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