Doubleflag This film is in English, but it is also available in French.
Ce film est en anglais, mais il est également disponible en version française.

A world of tea (90 mn)

Yellow, green, white or black. Before tasting and savouring tea, its lovers can enjoy its look and its smell. Tea implies a multitude of gestures. Its colors, its shapes and its perfume’s shades establish our desires, the different tastes we are looking for. Each type of tea tells a story in which the tea lover finds his own way to drink it. It becomes a personal Chado, a way to enjoy this unique plant, a symbol of peace, serenity and harmony.
From China to Japan through India and Sri Lanka, this documentary deals with every aspect you need to know about tea, its story and how to enjoy it.

Original language - English subtitles

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