Tea Party II

Tea Party II​
混得好 《In the mix》
我們創造的不只是茶席,更是台灣的茶文化觀點,我們尋找的不只是茶,而是台灣的味道。在視覺上,我們以四面環繞投影的方式呈現一個當代的茶空間,觀眾可以透過滑動手機光屏與現場投影做互動。在原創互動視覺,環形吧檯,茶具設計與電子音樂的搭配之下,呈現出春、夏、秋、冬的時令意象,伴隨著調茶師行茶的起承轉合,讓觀眾不只品嘗為四季調製的獨特香氣與味道,更企圖完整的呈現茶文化的細膩與五感六覺。  在味覺上,我們邀請了世界首席的調酒師(來自台灣,得過三次調酒世界冠軍),以調酒技藝為基底,創作了結合台灣時令茶葉與食材的全新融合,企圖在味蕾上將茶提升到另一種高度。
What we create is not only a tea ceremony, but a Taiwanese perspective on tea culture. What we seek is not only tea, but also the taste of Taiwan. On the visual front, we recreate a contemporary space for tea via a four-sided projection. Viewers can interact with the projected images by touching the screen of their mobile phones. Accompanied by the original interactive visual design, a round bar and electronic music, the images of four seasons are represented. During the ceremony progression, the tea master not only wants viewers to sense the aroma and taste created in accordance with the four seasons, but also attempts to fully present the exquisiteness of tea culture and the variety of sensations that arise from it. On the taste front, we invited a Taiwanese world class bartender who has won world championships three times to create a brand-new fusion of Taiwanese seasonal tea and food ingredients based on bartending skills with the hope of raising the sensations of tea to a new height.
Tea Party II​
Tea Party II​
Tea Party II​
Tea Party II​
Tea Party II​
On the taste front, we invited a Taiwanese world class bartender who has won world championships three times to create a brand-new fusion of Taiwanese seasonal tea and food ingredients based on bartending skills with the hope of raising the sensations of tea to a new height.
Tea Party II​

東西方文化快速交流的時代,亞洲的緩慢茶文化在年輕族群的生活中漸漸被其它文化取代。Tea Party II《混得好in the mix》將現代元素融入茶席,例如調酒藝術、互動科技、工業設計,服裝設計,電子音樂等等,讓傳統茶文化以現代時尚的方式重新回到年輕世代的生活圈,以與時俱進的精神將千年茶文化繼續傳承下去。當然,我們更企圖將亞洲的茶文化新視野推向國際,讓西方國家更容易了解與接受東方茶文化。

In an era of rapid cultural exchange between the east and the west, the Asian slow tea culture is being gradually replaced by elements from other cultures in the younger generations. Tea Party II’s “In the mix” has blended modern elements, such as bartending, interactive technologies, industrial design, costume design, electronic music, etc., into a tea ceremony. It helps traditional tea culture return to the life of the younger generations in a modern, fashionable way, as well as continues to pass on tea culture, which has existed for millennia, in the spirit of improving with changes in the times. Of course, we also attempt to promote a new perspective of Asian tea culture to the world and make it easier for western countries to understand and accept oriental tea culture.