Ancient Chinese Teapot
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Teapot is made of clay and covered with glaze. The teapot has roundish conical shape with many faces divided with grooves. The shape of this teapot with relief surface provides even distribution of heat and allows tea leaves to unfold fully while steeping. The thick clay walls keep tea hot for a long time. The tight-fitting lid prevents hot air from escaping. it has a round wooden handle. The wide opening of the oblong slightly curved spout facilitates timely pouring, which prevents over-brewing. The convenient long, curved wooden handle prevents burning by the hot surface and enabling easy but secure grip.
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"Pacific tea" is based in Hong Kong and strictly follows old traditions of tea culture. Our company has been wholesaling tea and teaware for about 130 years all over the world. Among our customers there are Chinese communities and restaurants, tea clubs and embassies. We are proud of the tea tradition in China, and eager to show people the difference between ordinary tea drinking and savoring each drop of the lovely tea in the best Asian style.
The teapot is made of petrified sorts of clay. The peculiarity of this clay is that it is highly dispersed. The clay is of dark tone with light mineral speckles. The size of the particles allows air to go through, which permits to enrich tea with oxygen. It is recommended to use such teapot for brewing one type of tea, because the porous structure of the walls absorbs the ethereal oils of tea leaves and therefore retains the aroma of the infusion for a long time.
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Tea is a wonderful beverage, which is enjoyed all over the world. "Pacific tea" is based in Hong Kong and strictly follows old traditions of tea culture. Our company has been wholesaling tea and teaware for about 130 years all over the world. Among our customers there are Chinese communities and restaurants, tea clubs and embassies. We are proud of the tea tradition in China, and eager to show people the difference between ordinary tea drinking and savoring each drop of the lovely tea in the best Asian style.
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