The Chinese character on the tea caddy reads “Qin”, the Chinese ancient zither with seven strings, a symbol of Chinese culture and music.
The best way to keep your tea fresh is a tea caddy made of porcelain or clay.
“Jade Porcelain”, translated from the Chinese name “yu zhi ci”, literally reads “jade mutton-fat porcelain”. It is featured by the soft-white texture and luster thanks to the key raw material, the “yu zhi” clay, originated in Dehua, a well-known porcelain city in southern Fujian.
The tea jar contains 50 – 80 g of tea (depending on tea sorts);
The 2 g wood teaspoon is free for you!