Lu Tong

Lu Tong (simplified Chinese: 卢仝; traditional Chinese: 盧仝; pinyin: Lú Tóng; Wade–Giles: Lú Tung, or Lotung, Lo-tung, 790–835) was a Chinese poet of Tang Dynasty known for his lifelong study of the "Tea Culture". He was a peculiar man who never became an official, and is better known for his love of tea than his poetry.

Read more about Lu Tong:  About The Lu Tong and His Tea Poems

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About The Lu Tong and His Tea Poems - Poetry
... Lu Tong's Seven Bowls of Tea 七碗诗 卢仝(唐. 790~835) ...
Wuzhen - Fanglu Pavilion (Pavilion of Visits To Lu)
... The Fanglu Pavilion obtained its name from an accidental meeting between Lu Tong, the owner, and Lu Yu, the Patron Saint of Tea, during the Tang Dynasty (618-907) ... It is said that Lu Yu once mistakenly ate some poisonous leaves and was rescued by Lu Tong, who happened to collect tea leaves at that time ... In return, Lu Yun taught Lu Tong knowledge of tea and tea-making skills, which resulted in the prosperity of Lu Tong's teahouse ...