In recent years, with the development of the economy, the revival of national culture has been valued by more and more people. On the road to the revival of the national culture, there are more and more participants. Hanfu, poetry, folk music, etc. some of which represent the traditional Chinese culture, are slowly reviving, and tea is no exception.
"Tea is a drink, it is sent to Shennong, and it is heard in Lu Zhuanggong." Tea is an indelible memory in the history of China. Seven things in the door, "chai rice oil salt sauce vinegar tea", accompanied the Chinese children for more than a thousand years. In ancient times, there was a tea sacred Lu Yu. After many years of compiling tea, Cai Wei tried his best to compile《茶录》, and Song Huizong was edited《大观茶论》. a tea study to make tea a simple food. Supplies are no longer simple.
Strictly speaking, tea is regarded as a kind of culture, which started after Lu Yu《茶经》was published. The former people used tea as a kind of food. Lu Yu did not think so. He compiled what he knew about the history, production, habits and tea knowledge of tea, and wrote it into later generations. What is it for? In order to let future generations not forget, in the huge system of Chinese traditional culture, tea is an indispensable part.
Unfortunately, tea is in the long river of history, and the cultural significance is gradually faded. Fortunately, it has never been absent from people's lives. In recent years, the cultural theory has once again been passed down. Presumably, for a Chaoshan people, a cup of kungfu tea is a daily routine, and this habit has been preserved by Chaoshan people. In the streets of Chengdu, a table card, a bowl of tea, this is the whole day of the Sichuan people who love life.