Archive for December, 2009

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Fu Dao Newsletter Winter 2009

December 15, 2009

Christmas is approaching and everyone is on the run to look for last-minute presents. That’s the reason why Fu Dao has put up its Christmas Offer at a lower price, to enable everyone to be able to make a gift to his/her beloved.

Da Hong Pao Imperial – is the ideal christmas gift. A truly rare tea, whose leaves are semi-oxidised to create its characteristic taste. Originally this tea was only grown on three trees, carefully nurtured for over 800 years on the Wu Yi Mountain. It was initially reserved for the Emperor, but with time numerous generations of cuttings were cultivated. Therefore, Da Hong Pao’s glimmering reddish buds, with their rich liquor and exceptional aftertaste, are now known to a wider audience and enjoyed all over the world – by connoisseurs who admire its fine, slightly sweet, velvety character, with its twist of peach.

HEALTH BENEFITS

Since the Ming Dynasty Da Hong Pao has been cherished for its long lasting bouquet, which relaxes the heart and the body – and for its generally positive effects on health.

PREPARATION

Quantity 2,5 g per 1000 ml
Water temperature 95° C
1st infusion 3 minutes
2nd infusion 5-6 minutes
3rd infusion 10 minutes

Da Hong Pao can be steeped up to six times and – according to ceremonial protocol – one should drink it slowly in small sips. Before brewing the tea, it is best to rinse the leaves and warm the teapot.

ORIGIN

Genuine Da Hong Pao only grows on the Wu Yi Mountain, either on one of the three legendary trees or the first four generations of cuttings.

Fu Dao Team wishes you a wonderful Christmas Holiday and a happy New Year!

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SANTA CLAUSE is coming to town!

December 3, 2009

Greet him at the John F. Kennedy School Christmas Market in Berlin on Saturday December 12th 12:00-18:00 in the Large Aula

Santa Clause:

Santa Clause will be stopping by  JFKS for the Christmas Market and Fu Dao will be present. Tell him your wishes and take pictures with him.

Kids Corner:

The Kid’s Corner-a place to have fun and be merry. An area for kids to play games, do arts and crafts, and participate in activities. The seniors will be happy to entertain them!

Sweets and Treats:

The JFKS Christmas Market will have sweets, baked goods, coffee, hot chocolate, hot spiced wine and a myriad of other sweets and treats to offer. Your sweet tooth will be satisfied!

Booths:

Fu Dao Tea and its special offer, tea ware, handbags, and jewelry-all these different items will be on sale! A Christmas Market would be nothing without a bazaar and so look for our booth with flea market items (used toys, books, etc.). Face painting and cookie decorating are just two examples for the activity-booths being hosted by the senior class!

We look forward to seeing you there!