Housemates take tea-making to a new level with Kung Fu routine

Kung fu brew! Housemates take tea-making to a new level as they spin, throw and catch the ingredients with pinpoint accuracy

  • The tea making routine was filmed in southern China’s Guangdong province
  • Three flatmates can be seen flinging tea leaves and glasses around their flat
  • It went viral after it was posted on Chinese social media site Douyin this week

This is the remarkable moment a group of housemates make a pot of tea using mind-bending skills.

Amazing footage taken in southern China’s Guangdong province shows the trio of performers showing off their skills in a display called the ‘Kung Fu tea ceremony’.

The amazing routine, which translates literally as ‘making tea with skill’, features inch-perfect choreographed moves and a lot of flying tea leaves.


At the beginning of the clip one of the flatmates can be seen walking in before catching a tin of tea leaves blind


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As the clip starts a woman in traditional chinese dress can be seen walking slowly into the flat before turning her back to her flatmate and simultaneously catching a tin full of tea which he tosses through the air. 

After removing a hairpin she chops off a chunk of tea leaves and tosses the block over her shoulder without looking.

Miraculously the bunch of leaves falls into a teapot sitting on a table a few feet away.

A third person then pours water in the tea and puts the leaves away by theatrically flinging the tin into a fridge across the room.  

The trio can then be seen passing one another glasses full of tea by sliding them rapidly along a smooth dining room table.   

The mesmerizing video has so far earned over 700,000 views on their original post on the Chinese social media app Douyin.


The intricate ceremony shows the three flatmates preparing the leaves and pouring the tea in mesmerizing style

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