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 inside reacts with tannins in the tea to decrease bitterness.
Da Hong Pao clay is quite rare nowadays. High in iron oxide, the clay looks red. Hence the name – Da Hong Pao means "The Big Red Robe" in Chinese. These Yixing teapots are distinguished by their density. They are less porous than other Yixing clay varieties. This 200ml teapot will pair beautifully with aromatic Taiwanese oolongs and other fragrant teas.
This 120ml teapot is hand-crafted from Qing Shui Ni, a popular mid-porosity Yixing clay. Made by talented pottery master Ting Zhou, it showcases the refined art of Yixing teaware.
This 150ml Jingdezhen teapot differs from the blue-and-white designs attributed to Jingdezhen. The teapot has a cute pear-like shape and beautiful earthy glazes with colors mingling in the light. The teapot is ideal for both solo tea sessions and Gong Fu tea ceremonies.
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.
A 125ml side-handle teapot (kyusu). Each teapot is handmade and truly one-of-a-kind. The side-handle makes pouring easy, especially when distributing between more than one cup. Beautifully animated white glaze finish.
In the set: Handmade Yixing Zhu Ni Clay Teapot crafted by master Jun Tan, and 2 sets of Yixing Zhu Ni Clay Aroma Tea Cups
In the set: Handmade Yixing Qing Shui Ni Clay Teapot crafted by master Ting Zhou, and 2 sets of Yixing Zhu Ni Clay Aroma Tea Cups