Ingredients: Green tea, orange peel, vanilla, orange blossom, sunflower petals and jasmine.
A strong conceptual content and an analysis of the physical phenomena for the artistic representation, take us to take into account besides of the aromas, the compounds of the selected ingredients, and their effects in the organism. Green tea contains caffeine, alkaloid and amino acid l-theanine. Caffeine, stimulates the central nervous system, and l-theanine that enters in the brain through the bloodstream generating alpha waves that place our brain in a normal state, neither altered nor sedated. The combination of both predisposes to have a hihger attention capacity. It represents the faculty of abstraction and generation of concepts, necessary for the creation.
The orange blossom has, among others, sedatrive properties; The composition with the harmonious arrangement of colors gives us this sense of tranquility that leads to contemplate something coherent; and hypnotic properties, which we find in the concentric composition of the circles, which are rising as musical notes that develop in a melody, and that according to Delaunay, the circular generation of the light is the fundamental principle of everything that exists.
Some plants respond to the light stimulation with movements, this phenomenon is called phototropism, and through an obvious exponent, the sunflower, we conceptualize the exaltation to the light and the color of the orphist movement.
Jasmine symbolizes purity and feminine beauty. In the clothing of the figure, we can guess a lady who keeps the tradition and that feels herself feminine in the way of Lusitan folklore.
See other teas and infusions inspired in artworks of the Carmen Thyssen Collection.