Tea Filters are very convenient for steeping loose leaf tea. Just scoop in the tea, pull the drawstring tight and add water. Don't overfill the teabag – allow the tea room to breath and to unfurl.
Pu-erh Tea Needle
A tea needle is a necessary tool for breaking up pu-erh cakes, brick tea, and tuocha. Using tea needle prevents damaging the cake and leaves fewer leaf scraps.
"Thirsty Elephant" Cha Dao Wooden Tea Utensils Set
This handmade tea utensils set is a must for a GongFu tea ceremony. In China, elephants represent good luck, harmony, and happiness.
Cha Hai serves to control the strength of the brew. Using Cha Hai ensures that the tea leaves do not continue to steep as they are sitting in a teapot. It is also called a ‘bowl of impartiality’, for it lets each participant enjoy the same brew.
Black Pottery Tea Filter
Made out of high-quality clay and silk net this filter effectively stops tea leaves and even smallest particles and helps to get a cup of clear, bright and tasty tea.
To indulge in proper matcha drinking, we recommend this Japanese matcha set which includes: Chashaku, a bamboo scoop used to measure matcha for serving; Chasen, bamboo whisk to properly mix matcha with water; And Chawan, the bowl in which to prepare matcha and to drink it from.
A chashaku is a bamboo scoop that is traditionally used to measure matcha for serving (One full scoop of matcha is equivalent to 1 gram). This chashaku is handmade in Japan and derives from a darker bamboo, adding elegance to your matcha set.
Each coaster, hand-cut from a single piece of wood, is unique and like no other. Having one in the house will fill the atmosphere with the calming feel of nature.
Chasen Matcha Whisk
The chasen, matcha whisk, is an integral part of Cha No Yu. It is used in a zig-zag motion to dissolve powdered matcha in a bowl with water.