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About the tea traditions of Vietnam
Vietnam is a country full of traditions and culture. There is a special place in it for the culture of tea and everything related to it: from growing tea trees to serving brewed tea to the table.
Vietnam is a country full of traditions and culture. There is a special place in it for the culture of tea and everything related to it: from growing tea trees to serving brewed tea to the table. The traditions of Vietnam are about beautiful rituals at tea ceremonies, legends about different varieties of tea and a majestic history. All this reveals the all-encompassing national love for this drink.

Let's dive into tea traditions and discover Vietnam together!

The hotter, the better

One of the first compulsory Vietnamese traditions is to drink tea immediately after serving it. Vietnamese are sure that the taste of tea is the best during the first minutes after its brewing, so here freshly brewed tea is drunk extremely quickly!

In Vietnam, it is also customary to drink tea in small sips. It is very important to concentrate on the drink while you taste it: do not be distracted by conversations and noises. This is how, according to Vietnamese, you can feel the aroma of tea and its taste characteristics. A cup of well-brewed tea is able to touch the depths of the human soul, and its smell can give an unforgettable pleasure.

Ceramic tea sets

Water prepared for brewing tea, Vietnamese store in ceramic jugs. Here they prefer to drink tea in sets made of ceramics or clay.

Porcelain sets decorated with gold drawings are also popular in Vietnam. Vietnamese like to brew tea in small teapots that look loke Chinese ones. You can often see in Vietnamese tea sets a large cup for filtering tea infusion, so that there will be no particles of the brew in the drink.

Now, knowing about the intricacies of tea drinking in Vietnam, join its culture with our collection of farm tea!
3.08.2021

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