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What Is A Tea Pet? 17 Styles’ Symbolizes, Not Only For Good Luck

If you got a friend who loves deeply Chinese tea culture, you might see there is a little doll on his tea tray. He may say it is called Tea Pet, a mate he is drinking tea with. Take...

How To Use A Fair Cup To Help Making Tea?

We often see a little pitcher in the complete set teawares for sale; its official name isĀ Fair Cup. What justice can it bring to us? Let's see. What Is Fair Cup Use For When a tea ceremony novice is...

Worry About Is Copper Teapot Safe To Use? Let’s See

No matter the past time or nowaday, the kettle used to boil water was all made from metal. The most we know is the silver teapot, which has a delicacy appearance. But it was only for the...

4 Tips Help Choose The Right Teacups To Improve Your Tea Experiences

Teacups play an essential role in the relationship between drinkers and tea. No matter just make tea bags with a mug simply or make tea follow the traditional tea ceremony, in the end, you need a teacup for...

Teapot Buying Guide – 9 Popular Types, Pros Vs. Cons

The teapot is a necessary teaware for tea. Whether you are going to have tea alone or enjoy with your friends, you need the right teapot to experience the real taste of tea. Worthing to know, the teapot is...

6 Popular Tea Tray – Pros & Cons

In the traditional Chinese tea ceremony, various teawares are needed, such as teapots, teacups, and tea props. When we were brewing tea, various teawares will make the table look tousled. In this case, we need a tea tray to keep...

How To Use A Gaiwan Instead Of A Teapot To Brew Tea Better

Gaiwan is a kind of traditional Chinese teaware, which consists of a lid, a bowl, and a saucer, respectively corresponding to the "sky,"" earth," and the "man," reflecting the traditional Chinese philosophy. In some Chinese ancient-theme films, the characters often...

Traditional Japanese Tea House – Experience Extreme Silence

The Japanese tea house is called "Chashitsu" in Japanese, also known as "tea room," a particular Japanese architecture for serving tea ceremony. Its decoration is deeply influenced by Zen Buddhism. And it is respected in Japan as...

Why Do Chinese Teacups Have No Handle?

Some tea lovers may ever be confused: Why do the British teacups have a handle, and Chinese teacups do not? And what makes them got a different design? The Develop Of Chinese Teacups In the past, the wine got...

Choose the best tea storage container for loose leaf tea

For having tea enjoyable, you need both high-quality tea and suitable teaware. But what people often overlook is that a right tea storage container is also essential. A proper tea storage container helps you store your loose tea or tea...

Tea Tools Using Guide – Tea Art Six Gentlemen

Many tea tools are not necessary when making tea. But if you work with them, you may get more fun, and that's why the tea ceremony attracts people. Such as the so-called "Tea Art Six Gentlemen," which are the...

Silver Teapot Turns Black, Is It Still Safe For Use?

The silver teapot is a kind of teaware, also a work of art collection. Some people think that silver is a heavy metal and worry about heavy metal poisoning. Is that genuinely safe for using a silver teapot? Absolutely Yes! After learning the silver teapot, you...

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How To Use A Gaiwan Instead Of A Teapot To Brew Tea Better

Gaiwan is a kind of traditional Chinese teaware, which consists of a lid, a bowl, and a saucer, respectively corresponding to the "sky,"" earth," and the...

Tieluohan Tea – The Oldest Of Wuyi 4 Great Oolong Tea Trees

Fujian is the largest Oolong tea-producing region, and the products are divide into two genres - Minnan and Minbei. When we are talking about Oolong,...

Taiwan Dong Ding Oolong Tea, History, Processing & How To Brew

Oolong tea is what Chinese people favorite, especially popular in Fujian Province. Taiwan, the province only an ocean away from Fujian, the oolong drinking culture...

Liu Bao Tea – What’s Different Between Raw Tea & Ripe Tea

Guangxi is a famous resort in China. Even though the modernization is relatively backward, but the natural environment has retained. In the ancient forest,...

Tieguanyin Tea – The Most Popular Oolong With High Orchid Fragrance

Do you remember what type of tea your first try is? I guess most people, just like me, is Tieguanyin tea. Its rich floral aroma...

Why Does Lu’an Gua Pian Tea look Like Melon Seeds?

You may hear about a tea with a strange name - Lu'an Melon Seed tea. Does anyone really make tea with melon seeds? Of course...

Lapsang Souchong Tea – The Beginning Black Tea In The World

When we talk about black tea, most we know are the Assam, Keemun, and Ceylon. But do you know which is the first type of black...

Learn More About Yellow Tea: What Makes It So Precious?

Yellow is a specialized color for the Royal in ancient China, the symbol of noble. In the 6 tea types, there is also a...