Yixing Clay Teapot, ZiSha
This 140ml teapot made of Yixing clay from the delta of Yangtze River has excellent porosity and heat retaining properties that can significantly improve the taste of tea.
Sand-Glazed Kyusu Teapot
The handmade, 225ml, Sand-Glazed Clay Teapot is a beautiful representation of traditional tea culture. When drinking tea from this teapot, all five Chinese elements of wood, fire, earth, metal, and water combine into one and delightfully influence our well-being.
Yixing Clay Gaiwan, ZiSha
A gaiwan, used for infusing tea leaves, allows the tea-drinker to smell the aroma, and to observe the tea leaves unfurling. This 125ml Gaiwan is made of ZiSha Yixing clay. Yixing has excellent porosity and heat retaining properties that significantly improve the taste of tea.
Zen Style Tea Set
Black Pottery signifies “the civilization of earth and fire, the combination of strength and beauty”. Zen Style (Chan Feng) emphasizes on simplicity and peacefulness. This tea set includes a glazed teapot and four glazed teacups.
Tokoname Clay Kyusu Teapot
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 355ml teapot is well thought through and has a mesh lining filter inside.
Yixing Clay Teapot Gong Fu set, ZiSha
In the set: Yixing ZiSha Clay Teapot, Cha Hai and 2 sets of matching Yixing ZiSha Clay Aroma Tea Cups
Yixing Clay Gaiwan Gong Fu set, ZiSha
In the set: Yixing ZiSha Gaiwan, Cha Hai and 2 sets of Yixing ZiSha Clay Aroma Tea Cups
Tokoname Clay Shiboridashi Teapot (Handmade)
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.
Ru Yao Porcelain Kyusu Teapot
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.