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This 120ml "Peach" Yixing Teapot will make a lovely addition to your gongfu tea set, offering a delicate tea aesthetic. Duan Ni clay (Zi Sha) retains heat well, is porous and absorbent. What differentiates Duanni from other ZiSha teapots is that they don't impart any pungent flavors on the tea itself. Furthermore, the clay will mellow out any harsh notes the tea may have, like unbalanced smokiness or earthiness of darker teas.
Moon Rabbit is a mystical figure from Chinese culture. If you look up during the full moon, you'll see him with a mortar, pounding elixir of life. This 200ml Yixing Teapot shaped as Dragon Egg will make a lovely addition to your gongfu tea set. Duan Ni Yixing clay (Zi Sha) retains heat well, is porous and absorbent. The clay will mellow out any harsh notes the tea may have, like unbalanced smokiness or earthiness of darker teas.
Wen Dan is among the "three beauties" – three shapes of yixing teapots that stand out for their gracious lines and refined silhouette. This handmade teapot is wood-fired. The falling ash particles from the wood naturally shape the pattern and texture of its body during the firing in a unique transformation that takes place inside the kiln. The wood-fired purple clay teapot has the ability to soften the water. The rich mineral content of the clay interacts with the tea soup, enhancing its aroma and enriching the tea-tasting experience. This 130ml Wen Dan teapot is finely carved with an excerpt from Su Shi's beautiful poem "Calming The Wind and Waves"
Ren Yixin's 110ml "Persimmon" Shi Yuan Yixing Teapot is a stunning example of traditional yet innovative teapot creation. Crafted from highly prized ZhuNi clay from Zhao Zhuang Zhu, the teapot's smooth lines and harmonious shape strike a perfect balance between practicality and aesthetics. The teapot's deep scarlet and dark red color and its shape capture the essence of autumn, the beauty of nature, and the rich cultural history of China.
Shui Ping is a timeless design piece. This 110ml teapot is made of 20-years aged purple clay, Zi Ni. Aging the clay is a lengthy procedure that takes the properties of the famous purple clay up a notch. Aging makes the clay more homogenous, improves air permeability and the compatibility of various components in the mud. And last but not least - it accounts for a warmer, more vibrant color and a better overall look and feel of the finished product.
Qin Quan ("the right of Qin" or "the power of Qin") is one of the classical yixing shapes, named after Qin Shi Huang – the first emperor of unified China and founder of the Qin dynasty. This 180ml Yixing teapot with fast pour (16ml/sec) is made of Zi Ni – excellent clay to bring taste and aroma out of tea. The outside of the teapot is decorated with Hei Ni – another Yixing clay, with high iron content that turns black after firing. This Qin Quan features an exquisite pattern called Taotie.
This 140ml Zi Ni Yixing teapot made of clay from the delta of Yangtze River (Zi Sha) has excellent porosity and heat retaining properties that can significantly improve tea taste. The shape is the classical Xi Shi (宜兴). Xi Shi was a famous beauty of ancient China. This classical shape resembles her full round face, the spout looks like a mouth, gentle and graceful, and the handle resembles her elegant hair bun.
Tokoname clay is one of Japan's six original kiln styles. The clay reacts with tannins in the tea to decrease bitterness and bring out even more sweetness. Designed for Gyokuro, this 120ml teapot ensures a slow and steady pour that will get all the umami out of your precious tea.
The Kyusu has been used to brew Japanese tea for ages. As respected in the culture, the white color symbolizes purity and relates to the spiritual world. With a capacity of 200ml, it's an ideal teapot for Sencha and Gyokuro green tea.
Tokoname teapots date back over 900 years ago to the Heian Period. The clay inside reacts with tannins in the tea to decrease bitterness. Carefully crafted in Aichi prefecture, this 350ml teapot is well thought through and has a mesh lining filter inside.
The Ru Yao Porcelain Kyusu Teapot is a gorgeous representative of the ancient porcelain technique that originated during the Song Dynasty. Iron used in this technique helps to create shining and glimmering luster, and firing creates a net of fine "cracks" in the glaze. With time, the "cracks" will get seasoned with tea and will beautifully darken.
This graceful 140ml turquoise Gaiwan depicts white cranes — a symbol of longevity and peace in Chinese culture. When using a small tea infuser like a gaiwan, tea is brewed in concentrated quantities. This allows for full extraction of the tea's qualities. The glazed ceramic gaiwan is perfect for any type of tea.
Porcelain Gaiwan allows enjoying the true taste of tea without alternating it in any way. Decorated with an embossed picture of a blossoming plum tree next to a slender bamboo stalk, its satin smooth surface is pleasing to watch and touch and emits a soft inner glow. This 90ml Handmade Gaiwan is ideal for an individual tea session, as well as for sharing tea with a friend or a significant other.
A gaiwan, used for infusing tea leaves, allows the tea drinker to smell the aroma and observe the tea leaves unfurling. This 120ml Yixing Gaiwan is made of Zi Ni – ZiSha clay. Zi Ni has excellent porosity and heat-retaining properties that significantly improve the taste of tea.
A gaiwan, used for infusing tea leaves, allows the tea-drinker to smell the aroma, and to observe the tea leaves unfurling. This 110ml Porcelain Gaiwan is a perfect vessel to bring out the true taste and aroma of tea.
Exquisite 80ml unglazed porcelain gaiwan. Smooth to the touch, matte, slightly porous material will add to your tea experience. The finish resembles jade, giving it the name “Jade Porcelain”. The embroidery is plated in 18K gold and results in a “raised” effect on the gaiwan. A fish represents wealth and prosperity as in Chinese, "fish" ('yu') also means "abundance".
Shiboridashi is a Japanese tea-brewing vessel adapted for high-end Japanese teas. Shiboridashi, literally translated as "to squeeze out," will deliver all the umami that such teas possess. Tokoname clay reacts with tannins in the tea to decrease bitterness. The size of this 80ml shibo makes it perfect for solo tea sessions.
Shiboridashi is a Japanese tea-brewing vessel adapted for high-end Japanese teas. Literally translated as "to squeeze out," this 110ml Shiboridashi will deliver all the umami that such teas possess. In Japanese culture, the white color symbolizes purity and relates to the spiritual world.
Tetsubin, the Japanese cast-iron kettle, is an integral part of Cha No Yu – Japanese tea-drinking tradition. Glazed with enamel on the inside and accompanied with a tea-strainer, this 1ltr tetsubin is perfect for brewing tea and is easy to clean.
What can be more enticing than watching rising steam, listening to crackling charcoal, boiling water, and a Chaozhou clay kettle clacking lid? The Chaozhou charcoal stove and clay kettle are a must-have if you are serious about Gong Fu Cha. It will transform the entire tea experience by taking it to the next level. Many argue that water boiled on the open fire in a clay kettle is so much better than the one boiled in a stainless steel electric kettle.
This Gong Fu travel set comprises a gaiwan and cups made with top-tier Kaolin clay from Dehua, Fujian. The components of the Travel Set pack perfectly into one another. The pouch is sturdy, compact, light, and easy to carry. The ideal set for Gong Fu Cha on the go.
This elegant emerald Gong Fu Tea Set depicts white cranes — a representation of peace and longevity in Chinese culture. We can't expect the best outcome of Chinese tea without a proper Gong Fu Cha Tea Set. This Chinese tea set includes a Gaiwan and two cups.
This beautiful Gong Fu Tea Set depicts white cranes — a symbol of peace and longevity in Chinese culture. Throughout imperial times, cranes were depicted on the robes of officials to represent their rank. The greatest outcome of Chinese tea cannot be expected without a proper Gong Fu Cha Set.