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.
The tea party comes from normal life but carries deeper meaning. The design of a tea party should not be the same. It can be traditional or fashionable, and it becomes more pleasing after processing through creativity.
Rinse tea is not unfamiliar to many tea lovers. Different people have different opinion about the functions of rinse tea. Some of them think it is necessary, for it can rinse away the pesticides residues; others think it is a waste to discard the first steep of tea, so they prefer not to rinse tea. So, what is the role of rinse tea?
Choosing a proper Yixing Clay Teapot for your favorite tea is the most important aspect to reveal outstanding characteristics of your tea. No matter you are addict or just a novice to Yixing Teapot.
Through in Hanyu Pinyin, the pronunciation of Gongfu tea is exactly the same, known as gōng fu chá, there is still a big difference between what they mean. So, is there any difference between Gongfu tea and Kung fu tea?
A great cup of tea contains the mind of the tea-maker.
The long pot, a traditional chinese featured teapot, is named by the long lenth of its spout, aslo called long spout copper pot, long spout pot, long stream pot and so on. Most of them are made of copper.
This article shows essential tea sets in Chinese Gongfu Tea Ceremony. Using a Gongfu tea set, you can fully experience your tea in all ways possible, delighting the senses.
Gongfu tea (sometimes called Kung fu Tea) is a name given to a traditional Chinese way of making tea, not a type of tea. It is invariably the way used to make the tea if someone talks about a “traditional Chinese tea ceremony” and places as much importance on the quality and type of utensils used and the actual “ceremony” itself, as it does on the quality of the tea itself.