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With the desire to bring Vietnam's coffee industry to a new level, enhancing the value of coffee not only as a drink but also at the level of cultural coffee, art coffee, spiritual coffee... to philosophical coffee; worthy of its position as the world's coffee powerhouse, Trung Nguyen Legend and the Coffee World Museum have devoted themselves to researching and learning about Eastern cultural philosophies, including The quintessence of Chinese Tea Ceremony... along with tools and gears to create the "Thiền Coffee Civilization".

The Chinese tea ceremony is considered to be the pinnacle of nothingness and the yardstick for measuring peace of mind. You can enjoy the new delicious tea only when you clear your mind. The brewer needs to be particularly eager to achieve a full-flavor teapot (Tâm), and the drinker will sense the complexity, because "mind" is displayed in each stage of the tea brewing process, from preparation of the materials to preparation. and refreshing with each cup of tea. When the tea maker's thoughts are racing, the resulting brew lacks finesse and honesty. Making the best cup of tea requires you to be calm, have no worries, and have a clear head.

There is no Chinese tea culture without the tea ceremony, just as there is no Japanese tea culture without the tea ceremony. Chinese tea culture places a high value on the tea ceremony for the same reasons as the Japanese do. At first, the Chinese tea ceremony was only for the aristocracy. But now the tea ceremony has become a cultural and artistic feature of the Chinese people.

Each individual need a sense of tranquility, harmony with nature, the desire for inner peace in order to reflect on their lives, to ponder the little things that add up to a big picture, and to systematically analyze the big picture. The bitterness of the tea is followed by a pleasant sweetness, much like regular life.

The ritual of making and drinking tea has been shown to have a number of positive effects, including a calming effect on participants and an increase in their attentiveness and concern.

Along with Japanese tea culture, Chinese tea ceremony is known as the cradle of tea culture