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Teaware

No matter how you brew your tea, the method can make a world of difference in the flavor. While we always use traditional brewing methods to check the quality of our teas, we realize that there are as many ways to brew as there are tea drinkers, and encourage experimentation in developing your personal tea ritual.

  • Essential Gaiwan Set
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    Wherever life takes you, take tea with our Essential Gaiwan Set! This fully-integrated set...


  • Competition Brewing Set
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    This simple brewing set is the preferred brewing method for tea competitions. For everyday use, the brewing cup works much like a gaiwan. The handle keeps fingers cool, and the lid strains the leaves as the liquid is poured through the notch in the side....


  • Glass Infuser Cup
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    The glass infuser cup's ability to brew tea far exceeds its rather simple demeanor.

    The lid helps maintain brew temperature, but also serves as a trivet for the infuser between brews. And  a laser-cut infuser keeps all sorts of teas tidy - from large leaf...

  • Slate Canister
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    A simple but effective metal canister in slate grey, with an airtight inner lid to preserve the freshness of your tea leaves.

    Two lids keep the tea fresh, while the two sizes accommodate different size and quantities of tea leaves. The smaller of the two...


  • Jingdezhen Gaiwan, Spring
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    Please note, we have sold out of the Jingdezhen Gaiwan, Spring. For an alternative gaiwan option, please take a look at our Essential Gaiwan Set.

    One of two paper porcelain gaiwans we commissioned from Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province. Hand-crafted...


  • 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 bags are made of 100% bemliese, a low lint cellulose fiber which will not impart any odor or impurities...

  • Red Canister
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    Red Canister

    $6.00

    A simple but effective metal canister in our signature glossy red, with an airtight inner lid to preserve the freshness of your tea leaves.

    Two lids keep the tea fresh, while the two sizes accommodate different size and quantities of tea leaves. The smaller of...


  • Spare Lid for Jingdezhen Gaiwan, Summer
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    Please note, we have sold out of the Jingdezhen Gaiwan, Summer and only have spare lids remaining. For an alternative gaiwan option, please take a look at our Essential Gaiwan Set.

    We commissioned craftsman in Jingdezhen,...


  • Blossom Glass Teapot
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    A charming glass teapot of heat-proof borosilicate glass. A larger size provides plenty of room for blossoming teas to expand. Also comes with a glass infuser to showcase your favorite loose leaf tea. The infuser's fine slits allow the tea to steep while keeping even...


  • Tea Strainer
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    Tea Strainer

    $3.00

    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...


  • Jingdezhen Tasting Cup
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    Paper thin porcelain from Jingdezhen. These cups were especially selected not only for the quality of the porcelain used, but also the classic shape and size. Larger than the standard yixing tasting cups, but not so large that they throw off the balance when used...


  • Yixing Tasting Cup
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    These are our shop cups, used for all the tastings that we conduct day in and day out. They're pretty basic: crafted of yixing clay, then given a pure white glaze on the inside. For use with your own gong fu cha preparation.


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