It's All About Tea — teacup
Posted by Boyka Mihaylova on
The production of silver teapot in China carries a rich, centuries-old heritage. The craftsmanship and artistry of creating Chinese silver teapot and utensils are deeply rooted in the country's cultural tapestry.
Silver teaware's popularity stems from its inherent advantages in tea brewing. The exquisite craftsmanship, historical significance, and unique brewing advantages make silver teaware a cherished addition to any tea lover's collection. In this blog post, we will delve into the history, production techniques, and unique advantages that silver teaware brings to the art of brewing the perfect cup of tea. (Read more)
Posted by Angelina Kurganska on
Teacups! They come in so many different shapes and sizes. Growing up in the west, I was always used to drinking tea from giant mugs. And the more absurdly giant the cup was — the better! I still remember like it was yesterday, the day I first tried tea from a tiny teacup, which barely fit in my fingers. It seemed it wasn’t even enough tea for half a sip. However, that half a sip was incomparable to any of the giant tea gulps I’ve had before!
There exist many different styles of teacups used for both the tea ceremony and casual tea drinking. Let’s take a look at each one. (Read more)