But i want to share a video of Japanese Tea Ceremony which I found so beautiful and relaxing and also few photos that I found in the world wide web via google :)
Talking about attention to detail! the Korean Tea Ceremony is a little bit similar than Japanese, here is the video;
and here is the chinese tea ceremony;
so I guess for an impatient girl like me, I'll stick to english tea parties with their yummy and scrumptious sandwiches and tea scones, but i do love to know different kinds of tea drinking rituals around the world,sadly i couldn't find a video from my country as Indonesian tend to drink their tea almost the same as the english except we dont have beautiful and colorful designs of teacups/teapots like english do, more like plain teacups/teapots made of clay.
Teh Poci is brewed tea in the typical tea pot (poci) which is made of clay and sweeten by adding rock sugar.
Teh poci is well-liked by people specificaly from central java and its originally from Slawi *Tegal and its become very famous drinking tea traditions.
If you have the tea set of teh poci at home, the key secret you should do is by soaking the sets in the bucket-full of brewed tea and leave it over night in order to get rid of the muddy smells
The Javanese especiall Tegal people would do after brewed the tea and served, they have never washed the tea pot (poci), they have just discarded the rest of the tea alone because they believe that the clay tea pot would absorbed the aroma and flavor, by over time it remains a very classic fragrant.
The jasmine aroma from the poci is smell magic and it would probably makes you spelled :))