How to Season a Nixing Pottery Teapot

Like Yixing and Jianshui Zitao teapots, Nixing clay teapots keep the tea reside fragrance in the teapot over time, so we recommend that the teapot be seasoned before they are used to brew tea.

About the Water-Pouring Effect of Zisha Teapot

One of the standards for determining the quality of a Zisha teapot is how well it pours water. The water-pouring effect could be influenced by a wide range of variables. This article will summarize some main factors to help tea lovers make some simple judgments and conclusions.

Explore Magical Oriental Leaves- Mengding Tea

Since the Han and Tang Dynasties, Chinese tea and tea culture have gradually spread to East Asia, Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Europe along the ancient land and maritime Silk Roads, and they are called “magical oriental leaves”. In this article we just explore Mending Tea from Sichuan Province, China.

A description of the five famous kilns

Ru Kiln, Guan kiln, Ge Kiln, Jun Kiln and Ding Kiln were the most well-known kilns to produce porcelains in the Song Dynasty. Later generation called them “five famous kilns” in the Song Dynasty (960-1279).

Making Process of Jianshui Zi Tao Purple Pottery Clay Teapot

There’re more than ten process steps of making a Jianshui Zi Tao Purple Clay Teapot. Every procedure requires extreme caution. The delicate and complex making process of Jian Shui Pottery is filled with the pure and warm emotion of the artists.

10 Classic Shapes Of Nixing Teapots

The 10 classic Nixing teapots are: Shi Piao Teapot, Chun Gong Teapot, Xi Shi Teapot, Duo Qiu Teapot, Fang Gu Teapot, Jing Lan Teapot, Qin Quan Teapot, Zhu Duan Teapot, Ban Yue Teapot and Dragon Egg Teapot.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Glass Tea Sets

Abstract: Glass tea sets are not only gorgeous and elegant, but also highly healthful. The glass tea sets are especially clear for brewing high-quality teas, and the buds and leaves are flowering in the tea sets, which is attractive to the eye. But we must have a complete understanding of the advantages and disadvantages (benefits and drawbacks) of glass tea sets before using.

An Introduction to Teapot Shapes Ⅱ

A teapot is a vessel with a spout used for steeping and pouring tea. A teapot usually has an opening with a lid at the top where the dry tea and hot water are added, a handle for holding by hand, and a spout through which the tea is served. While choosing a teapot, the shape of the teapot is also a very important consideration.