A gaiwan is a must have item for any tea enthusiast. Nothing is as versatile and practical when one wishes to make a quick infusion or experiment the rewards of loose leaf infusions. Add to this the most neutral and durable material there is: porcelain, and you have a beautiful and long-lasting solution. A design of this gaiwan is very well made and ergonomically correct. The cup sits deeply in the saucer, does not wobble when you pour and the lid is well-balanced. Simply said, this is a gaiwan which fits tea professionals as well as pure beginners.
The first thing you will notice when holding this cup is its weight and thickness. It is thicker to provide added insulation for sensitive hands as well as resist the abuses of everyday life. I guess that by now you understand how it got its name. Further than these functional features, this is a cup offers all the refinement necessary to showcase any of your good teas! It offers a good volume and shape and is a pleasure to handle.
Pitchers are also often referred to as fairing cups. This is quite descriptive of their use when it comes to serving tea. When serving more than one person, pouring from the pot into a pitcher and then using this pitcher to serve guests allows everyone to enjoy a similar tasting liqueur.
This stylish set of quality processed wooden accessories is essential for all who prepare tea by the traditional Gong Fu Cha method. In it you will find a scoop for gathering precisely the right amount of tea, a digger for extracting the tea after preparation, a funnel for easy filling of the teapot, a prod for cleaning the spout of the teapot and tweezers for easy handling and rinsing of small utensils. During times when they are not being used, all the tools are stored in a wooden vase, which also fulfils a decorative function. This set of tea accessories is an ideal gift for all tea lovers. After each use carefully rinse and wipe dry. The accessories are made from rare varnished wood, and so should be rinsed and cleaned only with pure water.