A JOURNEY IN A GARDEN OF CREATION
Last April 30th 2015, THEODOR tea house unveiled ‘J.C. ABSOLU OOLONG’, the Impertinent Parisian's new creation at the ‘Palais de Tokyo’, an emblematic place for contemporary creation.
As Creation House, THEODOR Paris has practiced its arts and craftsmanship in the world of tea since 2002. In an effort to sublimate this strong moment, the House revealed the origin of the creation of a tea through the example of ‘J.C. ABSOLU OOLONG’. Under the glass roof of the ‘Palais de Tokyo’, visitors were able to journey through an ephemeral installation, discovering little by little some of the art of tea creation.
Inspiration and substance converse in this journey where the creation gradually materializes itself as the visitor progresses further in the discovery of this one-day ‘garden of creation’.
AT THE BEGINNING INSIDE A GARDEN OF CREATION ... 'J.C. ABSOLU OOLONG'
‘I am trying to find the notes loving each other’ once said pitch-perfect composer Mozart…at the image of Nature combining and tuning together even the most unlikely elements, in an ever-perfect harmony.
Notes which love and call for each other, vibrate. The white peach calls for and invites the pear, then the lotus flower for a reunion with the vegetal perfume of a tie guan yin oolong.
This meeting could have taken place elsewhere, most likely in its place of origin, China. However it occurred here, in Paris, in this garden of creation. A pretentious ambition animated this tea: to blur the porous lines between nature and human being. It could have been delivered by nature itself, but ‘J.C Absolu Oolong’ is the fruit of an encounter.
The most beautiful stories are often born from an encounter. The one of nature and human being, of a creation and its audience, of an inspiration and a gesture, of ‘J.C ABSOLU OOLONG’ and you...
Discover now the 'J.C. Absolu Oolong' tea.