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Maitreya Buddha, usually hunkers with a potbelly, has a pleasant smile on his face. This mainstream look of Maitreya Buddha has special implication. The potbelly indicates an attitude of tolerating the world intolerable matter; the smiling face implies to laugh the world’s ridiculousness. This Laughing Meitreya Buddha Tea Pet holds a bunch of Buddha beads on his right hand, with a cloth bag in his left hand, hunkering on the tea table in an unrestrained position, reflecting a tea culture that wide heart embraces all. Beyond that, the Buddha tea pet can remind people to keep a peaceful mind and pleasant mood when brewing tea.
Tea Pet - The Must-have Accessory in Chinese Brewing Method
As its name implies, tea pet is a small mascot that can be “petted” with tea liquid. It is often made of Yixing purple clay.
You can season this Lucky Meistreya Buddha Tea Pet when drinking tea. Use the tea brush to wipe tea liquid over the pet, or directly pour left-over liquid onto it. With time goes by, the tea pet will be glossier in appearance, and feels smoother when touched.
Seasoning Tea Pet Is a Gradual Progress
There is an old Chinese saying that soft fire makes sweet malt. It also works on the season of tea pet. Newly made Yixing purple clay productions usually are not smooth. They need to be seasoned. Varying kinds of tea has different effects on the tea pet and tea pot. Pu-erh tea can quicken the speed of season, comparing to green tea. Generally, the season of tea pet is a long-term casual and cozy progress. Keep the habit to leave the rest tea liquid to your tea pet. You can notice its changes after a long time seasoning.
Tips on how to season your tea pet:
1. The liquid that is good for seasoning the pet can be the used water for warming up the cup, the liquid of rinsing the leaves, or the left-over tea liquid from each steep.
2. Evenly wipe or pour the tea liquid over the tea pet. The tea pet will looks dappled if the liquid is poured only on a part of its surface.
3. You can touch the tea pet with bare hands frequently when it’s dry.
4. Use tea brush or tea cloth, or soft writing brush, to wipe the tea pet.
5. If your tea pet is stained or has tea dirt on the surface, you can use salt to gently rub the dirt off.
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