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  • Keep Tea Fresh

    Tea Caddy Blue and White Cocktail

    385,00 kr

    The blue and white box under the tea caddy is included.

    The best way to keep your tea fresh is a tea caddy made of porcelain or clay.

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  • Keep Tea Fresh

    Tea Caddy Blue and White “Garden”

    560,00 kr

    It is a relatively big container, its storage room allows approximately 600 g of tea.

     

    The best way to keep your tea fresh is a tea caddy made of porcelain or clay.

     

    Free for you!

    A 2 g wooden teaspoon.

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  • Keep Tea Fresh

    Tea Caddy Blue and White “Childhood”

    385,00 kr

    The best way to keep your tea fresh is a tea caddy made of porcelain or clay.

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  • Yixing Clay

    Yixing Clay Teapot “Sunset”

    1.600,00 kr

    380 ml. 

    Yixing is a town in Jiangsu, southeast of China. The town has been worldwide known for its Yixing Clay Teapot. In Chinese, the name is “Yixing zi sha hu”, word for word in English is “Yixing purple clay teapot”. The clay, first mined in Sung Dynasty (960-1279), contains iron, quartz, and mica, and it can be found only in Yixing area.

     

    A teapot made of the unique Yixing clay is an excellent brewing vessel. It has a fine and solid texture, which can withstand sudden high temperatures. The clay is full of pores, which constantly absorb and release the flavor of tea and thus give different levels of aroma, color, and taste. A beautiful Yixing clay teapot is also valuable as a piece of art, it becomes a part of Chinese tea culture, exactly like Gaiwan.

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  • Yixing Clay

    Yixing Clay Teapot “Happiness”

    1.600,00 kr

    380 ml.

    The symbols on the teapot mean “happiness”, a Chinese character hand-written in various historical scripts.

     

    Yixing is a town in Jiangsu, southeast of China. The town has been worldwide known for its Yixing Clay Teapot. In Chinese, the name is “Yixing zi sha hu”, word for word in English is “Yixing purple clay teapot”. The clay, first mined in Sung Dynasty (960-1279), contains iron, quartz, and mica, and it can be found only in Yixing area.

     

    A teapot made of the unique Yixing clay is an excellent brewing vessel. It has a fine and solid texture, which can withstand sudden high temperatures. The clay is full of pores, which constantly absorb and release the flavor of tea and thus give different levels of aroma, color, and taste. A beautiful Yixing clay teapot is also valuable as a piece of art, it becomes a part of Chinese tea culture, exactly like Gaiwan.

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  • Yixing Clay

    Yixing Clay Teapot Small

    880,00 kr

    300 ml.

    (including the cup)

    Yixing is a town in Jiangsu, southeast of China. The town has been worldwide known for its Yixing Clay Teapot. In Chinese, the name is “Yixing zi sha hu”, word for word in English is “Yixing purple clay teapot”. The clay, first mined in Sung Dynasty (960-1279), contains iron, quartz, and mica, and it can be found only in Yixing area.

     

    A teapot made of the unique Yixing clay is an excellent brewing vessel. It has a fine and solid texture, which can withstand sudden high temperatures. The clay is full of pores, which constantly absorb and release the flavor of tea and thus give different levels of aroma, color, and taste. A beautiful Yixing clay teapot is also valuable as a piece of art, it becomes a part of Chinese tea culture, exactly like Gaiwan.

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  • Yixing Clay

    Yixing Clay Teapot “Bamboo”

    1.760,00 kr

    800 ml.

    Yixing is a town in Jiangsu, southeast of China. The town has been worldwide known for its Yixing Clay Teapot. In Chinese, the name is “Yixing zi sha hu”, word for word in English is “Yixing purple clay teapot”. The clay, first mined in Sung Dynasty (960-1279), contains iron, quartz, and mica, and it can be found only in Yixing area.

     

    A teapot made of the unique Yixing clay is an excellent brewing vessel. It has a fine and solid texture, which can withstand sudden high temperatures. The clay is full of pores, which constantly absorb and release the flavor of tea and thus give different levels of aroma, color, and taste. A beautiful Yixing clay teapot is also valuable as a piece of art, it becomes a part of Chinese tea culture, exactly like Gaiwan.

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  • Yixing Clay

    Yixing Clay “Bamboo” Set

    1.850,00 kr

    800 ml teapot and a clay warmer as a set

     

    Yixing is a town in Jiangsu, southeast of China. The town has been worldwide known for its Yixing Clay Teapot. In Chinese, the name is “Yixing zi sha hu”, word for word in English is “Yixing purple clay teapot”. The clay, first mined in Sung Dynasty (960-1279), contains iron, quartz, and mica, and it can be found only in Yixing area.

     

    A teapot made of the unique Yixing clay is an excellent brewing vessel. It has a fine and solid texture, which can withstand sudden high temperatures. The clay is full of pores, which constantly absorb and release the flavor of tea and thus give different levels of aroma, color, and taste. A beautiful Yixing clay teapot is also valuable as a piece of art, it becomes a part of Chinese tea culture, exactly like Gaiwan.

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  • Yixing Clay

    Yixing Clay Teapot “Pine Tree”

    1.760,00 kr

    800 ml. 

    Yixing is a town in Jiangsu, southeast of China. The town has been worldwide known for its Yixing Clay Teapot. In Chinese, the name is “Yixing zi sha hu”, word for word in English is “Yixing purple clay teapot”. The clay, first mined in Sung Dynasty (960-1279), contains iron, quartz, and mica, and it can be found only in Yixing area.

     

    A teapot made of the unique Yixing clay is an excellent brewing vessel. It has a fine and solid texture, which can withstand sudden high temperatures. The clay is full of pores, which constantly absorb and release the flavor of tea and thus give different levels of aroma, color, and taste. A beautiful Yixing clay teapot is also valuable as a piece of art, it becomes a part of Chinese tea culture, exactly like Gaiwan.

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  • Yixing Clay

    Yixing Clay Smelling Tasting Set

    160,00 kr

    (tea tasting, smelling cup with a clay plate under as 1 set) 2 sets

    Yixing is a town in Jiangsu, southeast of China. The town has been worldwide known for its Yixing Clay Teapot. In Chinese, the name is “Yixing zi sha hu”, word for word in English is “Yixing purple clay teapot”. The clay, first mined in Sung Dynasty (960-1279), contains iron, quartz, and mica, and it can be found only in Yixing area.

     

    A teapot made of the unique Yixing clay is an excellent brewing vessel. It has a fine and solid texture, which can withstand sudden high temperatures. The clay is full of pores, which constantly absorb and release the flavor of tea and thus give different levels of aroma, color, and taste. A beautiful Yixing clay teapot is also valuable as a piece of art, it becomes a part of Chinese tea culture, exactly like Gaiwan.

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  • Yixing Clay

    Yixing Clay Teaset

    1.850,00 kr

    800 ml Yixing teapot and a warmer

    Yixing is a town in Jiangsu, southeast of China. The town has been worldwide known for its Yixing Clay Teapot. In Chinese, the name is “Yixing zi sha hu”, word for word in English is “Yixing purple clay teapot”. The clay, first mined in Sung Dynasty (960-1279), contains iron, quartz, and mica, and it can be found only in Yixing area.

     

    A teapot made of the unique Yixing clay is an excellent brewing vessel. It has a fine and solid texture, which can withstand sudden high temperatures. The clay is full of pores, which constantly absorb and release the flavor of tea and thus give different levels of aroma, color, and taste. A beautiful Yixing clay teapot is also valuable as a piece of art, it becomes a part of Chinese tea culture, exactly like Gaiwan.

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  • Keep Tea Fresh

    Tea Caddy Yixing Clay “Horse”

    220,00 kr

    The best way to keep your tea fresh is a tea caddy made of porcelain or clay.

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  • Keep Tea Fresh

    Tea Caddy Yixing Clay

    220,00 kr

    The best way to keep your tea fresh is a tea caddy made of porcelain or clay.

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  • Yellow

    Tulou Laocha (Old Yellow Tea)

    198,00 kr

    50 g

    It is an unusual yellow tea through 9 years of ageing in Tulou granary! It appears soft yellow. Steeping in water for half a minute, the tea turns light brown. The tea tastes mellow and smooth with a scent of sweet flowery fragrance.

     

    The Chinese name “Tulou Laocha” means “mud building old tea”. Tulou mud buildings can be found nestling in the mountains of Zhangzhou district, southern Fujian.

     

    The tea comes from the mountains behind the Tulou. It is made from spring tea buds, plucked once a year in early March. The tender spring buds and leaves are first laid on bamboo mats for drying in the sun; then are slightly baked over a charcoal fire. After that, the tea is collected in cotton bags and laid amongst the piles of grain in a Tulou granary. The grain acts as insulation to keep the temperature of the tea constant. The tea rests in the granary for seven to nine years, hence comes to the term “laocha” – old tea.

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  • Green

    West Lake Longjing Pre-Grain Rain

    135,00 kr

    50 g

    West Lake Longjing has been listed as the top of all other teas in China since the 17th century Tsing dynasty.

     

    West Lake Longjing” is a legal term, referring exclusively to Longjing tea with its raw materials from the original West Lake Longjing tea area. It is selected strictly in spring “one bud and two leaves”, plucked once a year, processed by masterful hands using traditional “Longjing Ten Frying Methods”.

    West Lake Longjing” green tea is incomparable for its “Four Beauties”: perfect Form, golden-green Color, dense and long-lasting Aroma, and refreshing Taste.

    Modern medical research, especially the latest research achievements of the Swedish Karolinska Hospital, has proved conclusively that high-quality fresh green teas contain unique tea polyphenols with catechins and EGCG, proteins, amino acids, and various kinds of vitamins essential to health.

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  • White

    2022New! White Hair Silver Needles

    265,00 kr

    50 g

    the first White tea spring buds harvested in early March 2022

    Mild, fresh plants’ aroma, light yellow infusion, appealing subtle taste.

     

    It is a tea closest to Nature! It is unique from the White tea cradle, the Tai Mu mountains in Fuding county, northeast of Fujian.  The tea is made from early spring tender sharp-end tea buds covered with white hairs. The hairy tea buds are carefully spread out on bamboo mats in the sunshine until they get dried and wither naturally. On rainy days the tea buds are moved indoors and laid upon a mild low-temperature charcoal fire. Thanks to the light process, fine quality White tea keeps well all its health contents, such as vitamins, Tea Polyphenols, and free amino acids.

     

    The Tai Mu mountain local tea farmers have more than one thousand years of life experience and knowledge in using White tea for keeping health, especially one-year-stored “White Hair Silver Needles” to release fever from measles.

     

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