Tea, originated from China, is one of the “Seven Necessities”. As time goes by, tea becomes one of the world’s three non-alcoholic beverages, widely enjoyed by people of the world. Tea, is not only for drinking, it derives different cultural inheritance, such as the Chinese Tea Culture, Japanese Tea Ceremony and Korea Tea Rites; tea also has medicinal uses and is good for health, thus develops into the modern tea therapy.
Chak, the Chinese character meaning “waters assemble together”, a gift from nature for moistening the land.
Tea Chak (cest.la.tea), underlying the relationship between tea and water, both are the benefaction that nature gives to mankind. A cup of good tea not only cures thirsty, but also a vital drink for nourishing life.
The logo of Tea Chak (cest.la.tea) is made up of the different tea making utensils, showing the elements for enjoying tea.
(Tea clip/ Tea leak/ ChaZe/ Teaspoon/ Teapot/ Teacup)