Da Zhi Senior High School, Taipei, Taiwan. Bei-pu Hakka Lei-cha. Team members: 30420 Rita 30422 Julia 30425 Tina 30429 Ian. Teacher : Momoko Tu. The History of Bei-pu Lei-cha.
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Da Zhi Senior High School, Taipei, Taiwan
Bei-pu Hakka Lei-cha
↓The bowl and the stick.
↑The Lei-stick and Tian-mu bowl
Q: What is the difference between Lei-cha
and green tea?
A: Lei-cha is a kind of tea with all ingredient
grinded into powder.
Tea is just fermented tea leaves.
Q: Is there any etiquette while
A: Yes. You should rise the cup to
the height of your mouth to show
the respect for the host.
Q: When shall we drink Lei-cha?
Q: Is there any dessert suggested while drinking
A: Yes. You can choose cookies, sweetmeats (like
dried slice guavas and plums) or melon seeds to
Q: What is the difference between Lei-cha and
A: People “eat” Lei-cha but “drink” tea.
Q: Does Lei-cha must be
made in hot temperature?
Is it possible to add
some ice in it?
A: It is okay to be made in
both hot and cold
temperature. Also, some
people pour milk or soy
milk inside instead of hat
water while making it.
That is another flavor.
Q: How long can Lei-cha
powder on the market be
A: About 6~7 months, but it is
necessary to keep it in the
shade. Don’t make it
exposed to the sunlight or
put by the heat. And it is
suggested to be drunk as
soon as possible after being
Q: Is there anything different
among Lei-cha in different
A: Ingredients are different.
Besides sesames, peanuts and
tea leaves, other ingredients
are added in according to