~Serving Bazi Tea~
There is not a ceremony for serving Bazi tea in the books. There is mention of the tea, however, and that it is usually served in three small cups.
'I looked at the tiny copper kettle on the small stand. A tiny kaiila-dung fire burned under it. A small, heavy, curved glass was nearby, on a flat box, which would hold some two ounces of the tea. Bazi tea is drunk in tiny glasses, usually three at a time, carefully measured." ~Tribesmen of Gor, pages 139 & 140~
There has become, however, an acceptable bazi tea serve for online Gor and some of the men here enjoy watching it.
Therefore, mara is including the ceremony's basic tenents here as it s a girl’s purpose to please the free.
The first cup represents the bitter fruits of life.
The second cup represents contentment of adulthood.
The third cup represents the enlightenment that comes with experience and old age.