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[2014.02.10]
The advantage and disadvantage with different type of filter on teapot

I would like to share some points of teapot selecting based on the type of filter. Generally, there are 4 types of filter commonly used as follow. Direct hole: The single or multi-number holes directly made on the body Sasame/Seramesh: Originated by Tokoname potters. Tiny holes were made on one piece of clay, and then …

[2013.05.08]
The effects of porcelain and bone china on the taste of tea

Have you ever wonder whether porcelain and Bone China ware can also affect the taste of tea? In fact, these two materials give different results in both body and aftertaste. Bone China and Porcelain noticeably changes the taste Many tea drinkers are aware that clay teapot can alter the taste and flavor of tea. However, …

[2013.03.25]
Why is Zhuni/Shudei so famous?

  Zhuni and red clay is of different meanings Zhuni is a famous name of clay. For teapot collectors in China and Japan, this name is very familiar. Both in Japanese and Chinese,it is written as 朱泥. Zhuni is the Chinese pronunciation, while it is called Shudei in Japanese. Both languages are referring to exactly …

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New Release of 2 Types of Darjeeling 1st Flush
We have released two types of Darjeeling 1st Flush Tea. The reason why the Darjeeling 1st Flush is greenish In Darjeeling tea, the 1st flush refers to the first-plucked spring tea. Usually, the Darjeeling 1st Flush tea is greenish. From the outlook, it looks like a green tea. Many people misunderstand that it is green …
Gushu Dian Hong, The Rare Yunnan Black Tea made from Ancient Tea Tree
The characteristic of Gushu Dian Hong is its intense aftertaste, and this is far better than ordinary black tea. Dian Hong means Yunnan Black Tea Yunnan black tea is called “Dian Hong” in Chinese. “Dian” means Yunnan, and “Hong” means black tea. Gushu means Ancient Tree in Chinese. After all, Gu Shu Dian Hong means …

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