Modern society led us to give more importance to all that is high-sounding and majestic; frenetic rhythms have stolen us from the natural instinct of paying attention to the essence, making us slaves of appearance and form.
Is this the reason why when we think of TEA we picture just a simple hot beverage?
Three letters may be too few to portray the millenary history of those leaves that for centuries have been infused in the cups of Buddhist monks, Japanese Emperors, European Sovereign or simply Chinese farmers.
Three letters enclose a world made of tastes, nuances, colours and peoples; a world where the meaning of a cup of tea could symbolize the sealing an agreement or the highest meditation moment.
A short word that hides countless expressions that drive us to the most important destination: to discover in the nature our real and unique nature.