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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.

  • Side view: Artisan Yixing, Style 621
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    An unusual square shape in dark brown zisha clay, with a faceted spout and handle. The combination of thick walls and elevated foot make this pot great for retaining heat when brewing darker teas. 

    Each summer we travel to Jiangsu - the province in which the city...


  • Master Yixing, Style 525
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    A unique oval pot in smooth dark clay, the long, low shape of this pot would be ideal for brewing flat pieces of pu-erh broken from a cake.

    Each summer we travel to Jiangsu - the province in which the city of Yixing is located -...


  • 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.


  • Ripple Tea Set
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    Hand thrown ceramic tea set. Glazed in a rustic earth tone reminiscent of sand, clay, and pebbles with a rippled surface that is pleasing to the hand. The teapot interior is unglazed, while the cups' interior glaze has the distinctive grey speckle of quail egg...


  • Side view: Artisan Yixing, Style 622
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    A wide pot in reddish-brown clay, with a swirl motif adorning the body. Delicate detailing throughout the handle, lid, and spout complete the intricate design and add visual interest to the surface, while the wide opening makes this pot easy to fill and clean.

    Each summer we travel to Jiangsu -...


  • Red Canister
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    Red Canister

    $6.00 - $7.00

    Glossy fire engine red, metal canister 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 canisters holds approximately...


  • Slate Canister
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    Slate Canister

    $6.00 - $7.00

    These are our newest canisters, finished in a smooth satin in the color of slate and aged pewter. The same finish carries through to the internal lid and the interior of the canister.

    Two lids keep the tea fresh, while the two sizes accommodate different...


  • Long Bamboo 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...


  • 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.


  • Master Yixing, Style 526
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    A small, wide teapot, crafted with precision. The wide body of this pot makes it perfect for flat pieces of compressed pu-erh cakes or long, twisted oolong leaves, but the domed shoulder ensures any tea would have room to expand.

    Each summer we travel to Jiangsu...


  • Side view: Master Yixing, Style 527
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    The decorative ridges adorning this teapot and carefully burnished surface are evidence of it's superior craftsmanship. The wide, round shape makes this pot perfect for oolongs with rolled leaves or flat pieces of pressed pu-erh cakes.

    Each summer we travel to Jiangsu - the province...


  • Master Yixing, Style 522
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    Made from rare zisha clay in an exaggerated pear shape, this pot is highly burnished on the outside, while the interior is left with a natural texture. The porosity of this pot will round and soften the sharpness of charcoal roasted oolongs, while accentuating the tea's floral qualities.

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