Russia began to accept the Chinese tea-drinking method in the 16th century, and until the late 17th century, the style of tea drinking has been popular to all classes. 19th century, the Russian tea customs, tea ceremony, and tea will also appear again and again in the literature. Russian upper-class tea drinking is very sophisticated, there are very beautiful tea sets, and tea plates are also very chic. Some people like Chinese ceramic tea sets, the style of the tea set used is similar to the Chinese tea set, and the color is also Chinese characters, trees, and flowers, but the pot body added European characteristics, thin and strong, high body, gold streamline pattern, is a typical Chinese and Western work, which can well illustrate the history of the integration of Chinese and Western cultures.
In addition, the Asian part of Russia, such as the Transcaucasus people also love to drink tea, the southern part of Grungoa is also one of the famous tea areas in Russia. The way of cooking tea there is similar to Europe, but not exactly the same as Europe, but somewhat similar to the Chinese Yunnan roasted tea. This tea method requires the use of metal pots, drinking tea first put the pot on the fire roasted to more than 100 ℃, and then according to the amount of each cup of water about a spoon and a half first into the hot pot bottom, and then pour warm boiling water smothered for a few minutes, a pot of fragrant tea will be ready. This bubble tea method’s color, fragrance, and taste, bubble tea soup red and lovely, and in cooking can smell the fragrance, water rushing tea will also be issued when the “crackling” pop. This requires a sizzling pot of fire, and the operation is very delicate and skilled in order to achieve the best results, which is very popular among some ethnic groups in the Russian Asian region.
Tea cooker in the Russian tea culture occupies an extremely important position, and even have a “no tea cooker can not be considered tea drinking” statement. They are very interested in Chinese jasmine tea, which this tea fragrant, and refreshing.