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Accessories

Whether you drink your tea in bags, infuser baskets, or yixing pots, these accessories can help enhance your experience. Keep hot water on hand with our favorite water heater, explore an extra level of precision with a gram scale and tea journal, or just add a little beauty to your tea service with elegant scoops and trivets.
  • Japanese Biodegradable Tea Bags
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    Perfect for tea on-the-go. Spacious enough for even the largest leaf oolongs to fully expand. Also great for making iced tea in a pitcher. The tea bag is made of cotton linter, can be composted and is biodegradable. 60 teabags per package.

  • The Integral Tea Utensil Set
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    There is a quiet refinement in pure simplicity.

    This three piece utensil set features clean lines and a scoop carved from sustainable bamboo - design direct from nature itself to nurture a quiet tea mind.

    Set contains all the essential pieces for traditional gong fu...


  • Cherrywood Tea Scoop
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    Tea scoop carved from cherry wood, in a finish that accentuates the color of tea leaves.

    Scoop your tea leaves with peace of mind that even the most delicate tea leaves will receive gentle treatment.


  • Tea Strainer
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    Tea Strainer

    $2.00

    Our strainers are designed to sit on a tea server, filtering out tiny bits of tea leaves from brewed tea poured from a teapot or gaiwan.

    The basic stainless strainer is funnel shaped and ends in a fine wire mesh. The edges are scalloped (not...


  • Electric Gram Scale
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    Our brewing instructions recommend measuring by the gram. With so many people asking about the scales we use in house, we ordered more this year so you can taste at home with the same accuracy we use in the shop. Stainless steel with a plastic...

  • Basic Long Service Tray
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    Our basic tea service tray is perfectly versatile. Try lining with a tea towel and brewing a couple of rounds of gong fu cha, or simply using the tray to organize and keep your tea ware in one place.

    Crafted of honey-hued bamboo. A raised...


  • Giant Server
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    Giant Server

    $88.00

    We first spotted this server being used on Xu De Jia's own tea brewing area, and realized that its size makes it quite adaptable to different gaiwan or yixing teapot sizes. The beautifully shaped spout also makes for easy, drip free pouring into serving cups.

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  • Buddha's Belly Utensil Set
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    Honey colored bamboo utensil set includes scoop, tongs, funnel, pick, and a tool for transferring tea from dish to brewing vessel. Utensils come with a unique base for easy storage, which has been pleasingly crafted into a teardrop shape that recalls the warm, gentle curves...


  • Bamboo Tea Tongs
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    Tongs crafted from bamboo make it easy to handle small cups or reach into the narrow opening of a yixing teapot.


  • Celadon Server, Dark Clay
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    A traditional celadon tea server with a modern aesthetic. Each celadon server is hand-sculpted of dark clay, overlaid with a creamy glaze of sapphire blue. Glaze flowing away from the edges creates darker highlights that accentuate the lines of the server. The foot of the...


  • Modern Glass Server
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    A sleek, minimal glass pitcher designed with gong fu cha in mind. The large capacity makes this server ideal for combining infusions or serving groups, while the precisely pointed spout offers a pour without dribbles. Crafted of thick borosilicate glass that is twice the weight...


  • Chrysanthemum Tray
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    Handcrafted from light clay and glazed with a sapphire blue celadon, these plates were commissioned in 2017 from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia. They are perfect for holding a single teapot while brewing, and will elegantly contain any minor spills or overflow.

    The shape of the plate...


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