What kind of tea is used for tasseography? It’s recommended that beginners use simple loose black tea leaves, but enjoy the process of selecting an aromatic blend that tantalizes your senses.
How do you do tasseography? The Tea Reading Tasseography. Put a pinch of tealeaves in the cup and pour boiling water over them, allowing it to stand about three minutes. Drink the contents of the cup leaving tealeaves and a very small amount of liquid in the bottom.
What does a dragon mean in tea leaves? Dragon: large and sudden changes. Eagle: honor and riches achieved through a change in housing. Elephant: luck and good health. Fish: good news from another country.
Why do people read tea leaves? When finishing off a cup of loose leaf tea, leaves often line the sides and base of the cup. The idea behind reading tea leaves is that whilst drinking, a person’s movements affect the leaves swirling around so that when they settle the shapes are unique to them. It is then up to the reader to interpret these shapes.