Chinese Tea

China is the birthplace of tea. In ancient China, everyone drank it – from emperors to ministers; from intellectuals to vendors; from businessmen to common people. It has become a natural part of everyday life. As the old adage goes: ‘Firewood, rice, oil, salt, soy, vinegar and tea begin a day.’

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                                    • Goldfish Octagonal Teapot SetGoldfish Octagonal Teapot Set Out of Stock
                                      $169.99

                                      This goldfish set originates from Dehua. The technique used is decal decoration. Decal decoration is one of the most used modern ceramic decoration methods, where coloured patterns from floral paper adhere to the ceramic body or glaze surface. It’s employed for mass production, thus reducing costs and prices.

                                      In traditional Chinese culture, goldfish holds rich symbolism. The similarity in pronunciation between the word for “goldfish” and the phrases “gold” from “金玉满堂” (prosperity and wealth) and “fish” from “吉庆有余” (auspiciousness and abundance) associates’ goldfish with auspiciousness and good fortune. Additionally, the gold colour of the goldfish represents wealth, while the fish’s form symbolizes abundance and contentment in life. Thus, goldfish also embody prosperity and auspiciousness. Furthermore, fish are known for their strong reproductive abilities, and goldfish are no exception. In traditional culture, goldfish symbolize the flourishing and prosperity of one’s family lineage and the hope for many descendants. Beyond this, goldfish also represent academic success. Their graceful and agile swimming is likened to the idea of achieving success and smooth sailing in various endeavours. Lastly, goldfish are associated with attracting wealth and inviting prosperity, making them a common sight in business establishments and home decor, as a way to invite good fortune and financial success.

                                    • Hand Painted Antique Clay Glaze Pomegranate Tea SetHand Painted Antique Clay Glaze Pomegranate Tea Set
                                      $345.99

                                      This tea set is made with antique clay glaze, which gives it a smooth and lustrous surface, as well as a thick and sturdy body, evoking a sense of ancient elegance, tranquillity, and warmth. The hand-painted strokes are lively and natural, depicting the pomegranate with lifelike accuracy.

                                      Furthermore, the Gaiwan is crafted using the overglaze colour painting craft, which produces pure, vibrant, and full colours. Since Gaiwan is hand-painted by an artist, every piece is unique and machine-printed decals cannot be compared with.

                                    • Wood Ash Glazed Tea SetWood Ash Glazed Tea Set Out of Stock
                                      $159.99

                                      This tea set includes one fair cup, one tea tray, one teapot and six teacups. The special craft used is ash wood glaze. It involves evenly applying wood ash onto the surface of the teaware. At high temperatures, the wood ash melts and forms a glaze, covering the exterior of the tea ware, giving it a faint, natural glaze colour. The effect of the glaze varies based on the type and quantity of ash used, resulting in different shades ranging from greyish-white to light yellow.

                                      Wood ash tea sets are cherished by people for their naturally simple appearance. The glaze typically exhibits delicate textures and a subtle sheen, avoiding excessive extravagance and offering a sense of understated elegance. Its unpretentious and gentle appearance emphasizes the human pursuit and yearning for natural beauty, showcasing a lifestyle attitude that respects nature and seeks inner tranquillity.

                                    • Jasmine Dragon Pearls TeaJasmine Dragon Pearls Tea Brewed
                                      From: $18.99 / 50g

                                      Jasmine Dragon Pearls Tea is a reprocessed tea made from premium quality green tea leaves scented with fresh jasmine blossoms. It has a history of over 1,000 years and was offered as a form of tribute during the Qing Dynasty. Each leaf is a round shape and covered with white fuzz – it looks like a pearl. The taste is very fresh, long-lasting and mellow, combining with a full jasmine flavor. The aftertaste is sweet and lingering. The tea is bright yellow-green and without any impurity.

                                    • 2015 Emperor's Royal Pu'erh Ripe Loose Leaf Tea2015 Emperor's Royal Pu'erh Ripe Loose Leaf Tea
                                      From: $11.99 / 50g

                                      Our 2015 Emperor’s Royal Pu-erh is produced by the famous Yunnan Menghai tea factory. It is made of the most delicate leaf tips from wild big-leaf tea trees. In the old days, common people were allowed to pick leaves from these trees only after the royal household had already picked theirs, meaning that the best part of the tea tree of this Pu-erh was only available to the royal family, as a symbol of wealth and power. The reason it was so popular among the royal family was that it has outstanding health benefits, including relieving the uncomfortableness after eating a greasy meal or loosening the bowels to relieve constipation. Considering that the royal family had luxurious food every day including massive amount of meat delicacies, it is not surprising that the tea became popular!

                                    • From: $24.99 / 50g

                                      From a certain point of view, dried tangerine and Pu-Erh tea are made for each other. From the Ming dynasty, dried tangerine started to be treated as a very special tea because of its unique medical value and natural fruity aroma. Pu-Erh was brewed together with dried tangerine by coincidence in the Qing Dynasty. Since then, this combination has become popular throughout the country.

                                      During the production of the tea, the green tangerine was dried which helps to retain its ball shape in order to wrap the Pu-Erh tea leaves inside. The green tangerine of our orange-peel style Pu-Erh tea comes from Xin Hui in Guangdong province which is the hometown of dried tangerine and famous for its best mandarin garden. The technology of making tangerine is regarded as one of the National Intangible Cultural Heritage.

                                      This particular Tangerine Ripe Pu-erh is made by the well-known Fuhai Tea Factory. The tea leaves wrapped inside are 2011-year Emperor’s Royal ripe Pu-erh tea leaves originating from Meng Hai County in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan province.

                                    • Dongting Mountain Pi Lo Chun (Bi Luo Chun)Dongting Mountain Pi Lo Chun (Bi Luo Chun)
                                      From: $37.99 / 50g

                                      Biluochun is one of the top-ten Chinese teas. It grows in the mountains of West and East Dongting in Suzhou and is made using a bud with a single leaf. Good-quality Biluochun leaves look like birds’ tongues; the dry leaves are tightly curled and silvery green with fuzzy white hair.

                                      Our special Biluochun is picked before Pure Brightness (Apr.4th, 5th, or 6th), and is also called ‘Mingqian Biluochun’. It tastes extraordinarily delicate and fresh – like the earliest spring day on the tip of the tongue.

                                    • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Fragrant (Tieguanyin)Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Fragrant (Tieguanyin) Low stock
                                      From: $13.99 / 50g

                                      Our Clear-Fragrance-Style Anxi Tieguanyin Tea is full of attractive flavour, compared with other Tieguanyin, the aroma of it is more high-scented. It uses the Xiaoqing fermentation method, i.e. fixation takes place on the afternoon of the day after shaking. Shaking time is less than with the Zhengwei method, meaning relatively little stem water spreads into the leaves; fermentation is also relatively light.

                                      Tieguanyin Oolong Tea was first produced in 1725–1735 by a local tea farmer in Anxi County, Fujian province. It has a high content of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols and alkaloids. It also contains various nutrients and medicinal substances. Its unique mellow aroma makes it a favorite of many.

                                    • Premium Taiwan Alishan Oolong TeaPremium Taiwan Alishan Oolong Tea
                                      From: $32.99 / 50g

                                      Alishan Oolong tea is a typical tea of Taiwan High Mountain teas, produced in the Da Ali Mountain area of Jiayi County. This premium grade Taiwan Alishan tea comes from the tea garden where the sea level is around 1000 to 1600 metres. This premium oolong tea is handmade.

                                      There are two types of Alishan Oolong Tea: Jinxuan and Qingxin Oolong Tea. Our typical premium Alishan Oolong Tea is a premium level of Jinxuan Oolong Tea.

                                    • Ruyi Jade White GaiwanRuyi Jade White Gaiwan Out of Stock
                                      $21.99

                                      This Gaiwan is light and thin, the rim of it is wide which is not easy to scald. It has a lustrous, translucent quality that gives it a unique and almost ethereal appearance.

                                      In terms of design, white ceramic teaware is often kept simple and understated, allowing its natural beauty to shine through. Its clean lines and minimalist style can create a sense of calm and tranquillity, making it the perfect choice for those who wish to fully immerse themselves in the tea-drinking experience.

                                    • Handmade Wood Fired Kiln Altered Blue Tea CupHandmade Wood Fired Kiln Altered Blue Tea Cup
                                      $33.99

                                      This teacup is baked with firewood and is made of both kiln-fired glaze variations and cracked glaze craft. Because kiln alteration techniques enable an exciting and dynamic way to create different blue colour glazes on this teacup, each teacup is unique and made by hand, with no two being exactly alike. The phenomenon of crystal formation is caused by kiln altered in a cup, commonly known as “crystal flowers”.

                                      Besides that, the unique cracked glaze technique used creates beautiful patterns on the cup’s surface. Over time as it is soaked with tea soup, then resulting variations in the pattern make each piece truly outstanding and add more enjoyment to the tea drinking experience.

                                      Attention:

                                      • Kiln-fired glaze variations are often unpredictable and can result in a wide range of colours from a single firing.
                                      • The porosity of ceramics varies depending on the materials used, the recipe, the pressure applied, the duration of pressure, the thickness of the body, the firing temperature, and the duration of firing. Generally, the finer the porcelain, the smaller the pores, while the coarser the pottery, the larger the pores.
                                      • Since porcelain is made from clay, the amount of iron spots present in the clay varies depending on the mineral content of the soil. These iron spots are harmless and do not affect the use of the porcelain. Removing them would require the use of chemical materials, which can be damaging to high-quality porcelain.
                                      • Handmade products are not perfect, and each piece can have differences in size, shape, colour, and other aspects.
                                    • Taiwan Alishan Oolong TeaTaiwan Alishan Oolong Tea Out of Stock
                                      From: $21.99 / 50g

                                      Alishan Oolong Tea is a typical example of Taiwan High Mountain Tea, produced in the Da Ali Mountain area of Jiayi County, which encompasses some 25 peaks over 2,000 metres in height, the tallest being Datashan (2,663m). There are two types of Alishan Oolong Tea: Jinxuan Oolong Tea and Qingxin Oolong Tea. Our typical Alishan Oolong Tea is a Jinxuan Oolong Tea.

                                    • Round Coarse Pottery Tea TrayRound Coarse Pottery Tea Tray Out of Stock
                                      $22.99

                                      This coarse pottery tea tray is simple and reserved, adorned with hand-pulled mysterious patterns, showcasing its natural and rustic beauty. The exterior of the tea tray presents a rich texture and deep colour, giving a sense of simplicity and solidity.

                                    • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Original (Tieguanyin)Tieguanyin Brewed
                                      From: $18.99 / 50g

                                      This Tieguantin is made by using the most traditional method, Zhenwei, which applies firing immediately after shaking. The whole process is finished no later than the morning of the day after shaking. The taste of it is very delicate but mellow, with a longlasting aftertaste.

                                      Tieguanyin Oolong Tea was first produced in 1725–1735 by a local tea farmer in Anxi County, Fujian province. It has a high content of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols and alkaloids. It also contains various nutrients and medicinal substances. Its unique mellow aroma makes it a favorite of many.

                                    • The Blackwood Tea KnifeThe Blackwood Tea Knife
                                      $32.99

                                      This is a tea knife with a handle made of blackwood with a stainless pattern steel blade. The blackwood handle feels delicate and comfortable, with a natural dark colour. After polished to a glossy finish, it becomes even smoother and more textured. The spiral-designed sheath secures the tea knife tightly inside when not in use, making it easier to store and keep. The stainless-steel blade is sharp and durable, suitable for processing any tea cake. The entire tea knife is exquisitely designed and crafted, both practical and beautiful.

                                    • The Red Rosewood Tea KnifeThe Red Rosewood Tea Knife
                                      $33.99

                                      This is a tea knife with a handle made of red rosewood with a stainless-steel blade. The red rosewood handle feels delicate and comfortable, with a natural reddish-brown colour. After polished to a glossy finish, it becomes even smoother and more textured. The stainless-steel blade is sharp and durable, suitable for processing any tea cake. The entire tea knife is exquisitely designed and crafted, both practical and beautiful.

                                    • Apricot White Hexagon GaiwanApricot White Hexagon Gaiwan Out of Stock
                                      $33.99

                                      This hexagonal Gaiwan presents smooth lines at every corner, displaying an elegant shape. It is glazed with a warm and soft apricot white colour, making the entire Gaiwan warm and soft. The glazed surface is as smooth as silk, tempting people to touch its polished surface. The overall shape of the Gaiwan is simple yet elegant, making people want to taste a warm cup of tea and enjoy a peaceful moment.

                                    • Yuanwu Glass Fair CupYuanwu Glass Fair Cup
                                      $20.99

                                      This fair cup is elegant, pure, simple and transparent. The cup body is smooth and crystal clear. The rim of the cup is designed in the shape of a peach heart, and the smooth lines make it more radiant in the light and shadow. The high-boron glass material is resistant to cold and heat and can withstand sudden changes in temperature. The unique design makes your tea ceremony more enjoyable to the eye.

                                    • Zen-style Vintage Carbonized Tea Scoop Tea NeedleZen-style Vintage Carbonized Tea Scoop Tea Needle
                                      $26.99

                                      This vintage carbonised tea scoop and needle features natural grain patterns that appear as if they have weathered through the ages, evoking a subtle and gentle feeling. The tool set is perfect for daily brewing needs.

                                      The natural bamboo skin is retained, with every segment of bamboo showcasing the unique marks that naturally formed during growth. The tea needle is made from natural bamboo branches which retains its natural form, sturdy and durable. Decorated with natural bamboo knots, the tea scoop is cut to an appropriate thickness and length, allowing tea lovers living in the city to enjoy a natural and fun experience.

                                    • Begonia Tea CupBegonia Tea Cup Out of Stock
                                      $34.99

                                      This beautiful teacup is made by white jade ceramic which has a smooth and delicate texture. The overall shape of it looks like a vivid begonia flower. It combines both Song dynasty’s aesthetic and modern simplicity. Its clean lines and minimalist style can create a sense of calm and tranquillity, making it the perfect choice for those who wish to fully immerse themselves in the tea-drinking experience.

                                    • Carmine Red Si Ting Tea TopCarmine Red Si Ting Tea Top Out of Stock
                                      $45.99

                                      This teapot is made with an iron red glaze which make it looks warm and earthy, glossyand smooth. The main component of this special glaze is iron-containing minerals, such as hematite and ochre. In the production of ceramics, these minerals are mixed with other raw materials and then high temperature fired to form a hard glaze surface.

                                      The teapot with an iron red glaze would be a beautiful and practical addition to any tea lover’s collection, with a timeless appeal that speaks to the rich history and tradition of ceramic art.

                                    • Hand Painted Begonia Thin GaiwanHand Painted Begonia Thin Gaiwan
                                      $48.99

                                      This thin hand-painted Gaiwan is as transparent as jade, adorned with a traditional Chinese pattern – the peony, which represents happiness and contentment. The design of the lipped mouth extends the curvature of the lid, making it less likely to scald one’s hand during use.

                                      The glossy glazed surface of this Gaiwan and its fine and delicate texture exudes a peaceful and gentle sensation. The hand-painted colourful pattern is vivid and lifelike, making it the perfect companion for daily tea drinking.

                                    • Hand Painted Child Tea CupHand Painted Child Tea Cup
                                      $45.99

                                      The teacup is made from high-quality white mud, giving it a smooth and elegant texture. The surface is covered in a lovely white glaze, which creates a beautiful and glossy finish. The cup is adorned with overglaze colours in two different patterns.

                                      One of the patterns depicts children setting off firecrackers, a symbol of celebration and joy in Chinese culture. The other pattern shows a child with good fortune, representing prosperity and good luck. Both patterns are intricate and detailed, featuring vibrant colours that contrast beautifully against the white background.

                                      Due to being entirely hand-painted, each painting has slight differences.

                                    • Hand Painted Child Tea CupHand Painted Child Tea Cup
                                      $45.99

                                      The teacup is made from high-quality white mud, giving it a smooth and elegant texture. The surface is covered in a lovely white glaze, which creates a beautiful and glossy finish. The cup is adorned with overglaze colours in two different patterns.

                                      One of the patterns depicts children setting off firecrackers, a symbol of celebration and joy in Chinese culture. The other pattern shows a child with good fortune, representing prosperity and good luck. Both patterns are intricate and detailed, featuring vibrant colours that contrast beautifully against the white background.

                                      Due to being entirely hand-painted, each painting has slight differences.

                                    • Hand Painted Cyan Tail Grass Sancai GaiwanHand Painted Cyan Tail Grass Sancai Gaiwan Out of Stock
                                      $34.99

                                      This three-cup cover is hand-painted and baked at high temperature. The entire cover is presented in an elegant antique blue colour.

                                      The antique blue glaze is a treasure in the traditional porcelain-making craft of the Han ethnic group and is most distinctive in the Song Dynasty. It is mainly composed of “iron” as the colouring element, and under the high-temperature reduction flame conditions, it presents a series of blue and green colours of varying depths, showing a strong Song-style charm.

                                      The glaze is smooth and lustrous, adding a touch of brilliance to your tea ceremony.

                                    • Hand Painted Hydrangea GaiwanHand Painted Hydrangea Gaiwan Out of Stock
                                      $36.99

                                      This hand-painted hydrangea flower Gaiwan is made with an antique blue glaze as its base combined with an antique blue underglaze colour craft.

                                      The antique blue glaze is a treasure in the traditional porcelain-making craft of the Han ethnic group and is most distinctive in the Song Dynasty. It is mainly composed of “iron” as the colouring element, and under the high-temperature reduction flame conditions, it presents a series of blue and green colours of varying depths, showing a strong Song-style charm.

                                    • Hand painted Pi Qiu Hua Lid SaucerHand painted Pi Qiu Hua Lid Saucer
                                      $75.99

                                      This cover is fully hand-painted using the blue and white underglaze technology. It is an essential item for many people when brewing tea. It is used to hold teapot lids, Gaiwan lids, and cup lids. It not only keeps the lids of the teaware clean but also prevents them from wetting the tabletop.

                                      The decorative pattern of Pi Qiu Hua (皮球花), also known as little tuan hua (小团花) or embroidery ball flower, evolved from the traditional tuan hua pattern on porcelain. This pattern has been present since the Sui Dynasty, and it combines abstract and representational elements. It takes various forms, resembling a spherical shape, hence the name Pi Qiu Hua (皮球花).

                                      The decorative patterns on Chinese porcelain always carry auspicious meanings. Since the Pi Qiu Hua pattern originated from tuan hua, it inherits the traditional tuan hua motifs such as tuan long (团龙), tuan feng (团凤), and tuan hua (团花). These traditional motifs symbolize the abundance and beauty of life.

                                      In this lid saucer, the delicate brushstrokes vividly outline the pattern, creating a glossy and elegant appearance. The colours are rich and vibrant, giving the piece a sense of vivid and liveliness.

                                      Note: All are fully handmade, every lid saucer could be slightly different.

                                    • Handmade Heart-shaped Kiln Altered Green Tea CupHandmade Heart-shaped Kiln Altered Green Tea Cup Out of Stock
                                      $29.99

                                      This handmade celadon chicken heart cup features a beautiful green glaze that is created through the kiln-altered baking process. During this process, the temperature and atmosphere inside the kiln are carefully controlled to produce variations in colour and texture on the surface of the pottery.

                                      The resulting green glaze on this cup is a stunning example of the unique and unpredictable effects that can be achieved through this ancient technique. The subtle variations in shade and texture give the cup a natural and organic feel, and the delicate chicken heart shape adds a touch of whimsy and charm.

                                      Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this cup is entirely handmade and one-of-a-kind. Its smooth, rounded shape feels comfortable in the hand, and the rich, green glaze adds depth and dimension to the surface.

                                      Attention:

                                      • Kiln-fired glaze variations are often unpredictable and can result in a wide range of colours from a single firing.
                                      • The porosity of ceramics varies depending on the materials used, the recipe, the pressure applied, the duration of pressure, the thickness of the body, the firing temperature, and the duration of firing. Generally, the finer the porcelain, the smaller the pores, while the coarser the pottery, the larger the pores.
                                      • Since porcelain is made from clay, the amount of iron spots present in the clay varies depending on the mineral content of the soil. These iron spots are harmless and do not affect the use of the porcelain. Removing them would require the use of chemical materials, which can be damaging to high-quality porcelain.
                                      • Handmade products are not perfect, and each piece can have differences in size, shape, colour, and other aspects.
                                    • Hand Painted Sunflowers Lid SaucerHand Painted Sunflowers Lid Saucer
                                      $75.99

                                      This cover is fully hand-painted using the blue and white underglaze technology. It is an essential item for many people when brewing tea. It is used to hold teapot lids, Gaiwan lids, and cup lids. It not only keeps the lids of the tea ware clean but also prevents them from wetting the tabletop.

                                      In ancient Chinese culture, the sunflower is regarded as a symbol of auspiciousness and happiness due to its radiating appearance and vibrant, bright colors. It represents a future filled with vitality, brightness, and hope.

                                      In this lid saucer, the delicate brushstrokes vividly outline the flowers, creating a glossy and elegant appearance. The colours are rich and vibrant, giving the piece a sense of vivid and liveliness.

                                      Note: All are fully handmade, every lid saucer could be slightly different.

                                    • Handmade Green Wood Fired Kiln Altered Flower Tea CupHandmade Green Wood Fired Kiln Altered Flower Tea Cup Out of Stock
                                      $33.99

                                      The teacup is handmade using the wood-fired kiln-altered glaze technique, and its glaze presents a unique green colour. The phenomenon of crystal formation is caused by a kiln altered in a cup, commonly known as “crystal flowers”.

                                      The varying shades of colour make each cup one-of-a-kind, adding a rugged and beautiful charm to your tea table. Its design features a high foot and a small base, which give it a delicate appearance. The mouth of the cup is designed with a flower shape, making the whole cup look even more entertaining.

                                      Attention:

                                      • Kiln-fired glaze variations are often unpredictable and can result in a wide range of colours from a single firing.
                                      • The porosity of ceramics varies depending on the materials used, the recipe, the pressure applied, the duration of pressure, the thickness of the body, the firing temperature, and the duration of firing. Generally, the finer the porcelain, the smaller the pores, while the coarser the pottery, the larger the pores.
                                      • Since porcelain is made from clay, the amount of iron spots present in the clay varies depending on the mineral content of the soil. These iron spots are harmless and do not affect the use of the porcelain. Removing them would require the use of chemical materials, which can be damaging to high-quality porcelain.
                                      • Handmade products are not perfect, and each piece can have differences in size, shape, colour, and other aspects.
                                    • Handmade Heart-shaped Kiln Altered Blue Tea CupHandmade Heart-shaped Kiln Altered Blue Tea Cup Out of Stock
                                      $29.99

                                      This handmade celadon chicken heart cup features a beautiful blue glaze that is created through the kiln altered baking process. During this process, the temperature and atmosphere inside the kiln are carefully controlled to produce variations in colour and texture on the surface of the pottery.

                                      The resulting blue glaze on this cup is a stunning example of the unique and unpredictable effects that can be achieved through this ancient technique. The subtle variations in shade and texture give the cup a natural and organic feel, and the delicate chicken heart shape adds a touch of whimsy and charm.

                                      Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this cup is entirely handmade and one-of-a-kind. Its smooth, rounded shape feels comfortable in the hand, and the rich, blue glaze adds depth and dimension to the surface.

                                      Attention:

                                      • Kiln-fired glaze variations are often unpredictable and can result in a wide range of colours from a single firing.
                                      • The porosity of ceramics varies depending on the materials used, the recipe, the pressure applied, the duration of pressure, the thickness of the body, the firing temperature, and the duration of firing. Generally, the finer the porcelain, the smaller the pores, while the coarser the pottery, the larger the pores.
                                      • Since porcelain is made from clay, the amount of iron spots present in the clay varies depending on the mineral content of the soil. These iron spots are harmless and do not affect the use of the porcelain. Removing them would require the use of chemical materials, which can be damaging to high-quality porcelain.
                                      • Handmade products are not perfect, and each piece can have differences in size, shape, colour, and other aspects.
                                    • Handmade Wood Fired Kiln Altered Red Tea CupHandmade Wood Fired Kiln Altered Red Tea Cup
                                      $33.99

                                      This red teacup is baked with firewood and is made of both kiln-fired glaze variations and cracked glaze craft. Because kiln alteration techniques enable an exciting and dynamic way to create different red colour glazes on this teacup, each teacup is unique and made by hand, with no two being exactly alike. The phenomenon of crystal formation is caused by kiln altered in a cup, commonly known as “crystal flowers”.

                                      Besides that, the unique cracked glaze technique used creates beautiful patterns on the cup’s surface. Over time as it is soaked with tea soup, and then resulting variations in the pattern make each piece truly outstanding and add more enjoyment to the tea drinking experience.

                                      Attention:

                                      • Kiln-fired glaze variations are often unpredictable and can result in a wide range of colours from a single firing.
                                      • The porosity of ceramics varies depending on the materials used, the recipe, the pressure applied, the duration of pressure, the thickness of the body, the firing temperature, and the duration of firing. Generally, the finer the porcelain, the smaller the pores, while the coarser the pottery, the larger the pores.
                                      • Since porcelain is made from clay, the amount of iron spots present in the clay varies depending on the mineral content of the soil. These iron spots are harmless and do not affect the use of the porcelain. Removing them would require the use of chemical materials, which can be damaging to high-quality porcelain.
                                      • Handmade products are not perfect, and each piece can have differences in size, shape, colour, and other aspects.
                                    • Handmade Wood Fired Kiln Altered Snow Fair CupHandmade Wood Fired Kiln Altered Snow Fair Cup Out of Stock
                                      $44.99

                                      This fair cup was baked with firewood and was made of both kiln-fired glaze variations and coloured & cracked glaze craft. Each one is unique and handmade – no two being exactly alike.

                                      The overall design of this fair cup is simple and unsophisticated. The unique cracked glaze technique used creates beautiful patterns on the cup’s surface. Over time as it is soaked with tea soup, then resulting variations in the pattern make each piece truly outstanding and add more enjoyment to the tea-drinking experience.

                                      Attention:

                                      • Kiln-fired glaze variations are often unpredictable and can result in a wide range of colours from a single firing.
                                      • The porosity of ceramics varies depending on the materials used, the recipe, the pressure applied, the duration of pressure, the thickness of the body, the firing temperature, and the duration of firing. Generally, the finer the porcelain, the smaller the pores, while the coarser the pottery, the larger the pores.
                                      • Since porcelain is made from clay, the amount of iron spots present in the clay varies depending on the mineral content of the soil. These iron spots are harmless and do not affect the use of the porcelain. Removing them would require the use of chemical materials, which can be damaging to high-quality porcelain.
                                      • Handmade products are not perfect, and each piece can have differences in size, shape, colour, and other aspects.
                                    • Handmade Wood-Fired Crackle Glaze Square Fair CupHandmade Wood-Fired Crackle Glaze Square Fair Cup
                                      $68.99

                                      This fair cup is baked with firewood and is made by both kiln-fired glaze variations and cracked glaze craft. Each one is unique and made by hand, with no two being exactly alike.

                                      The square and simple shape of the cup allows for smooth pouring. The unique cracked glaze technique used creates beautiful patterns on the cup’s surface. Over time as it is soaked with tea soup, resulting variations in the pattern make each piece truly outstanding and add more enjoyment to the tea-drinking experience.

                                      Attention:

                                      • Kiln-fired glaze variations are often unpredictable and can result in a wide range of colours from a single firing.
                                      • The porosity of ceramics varies depending on the materials used, the recipe, the pressure applied, the duration of pressure, the thickness of the body, the firing temperature, and the duration of firing. Generally, the finer the porcelain, the smaller the pores, while the coarser the pottery, the larger the pores.
                                      • Since porcelain is made from clay, the amount of iron spots present in the clay varies depending on the mineral content of the soil. These iron spots are harmless and do not affect the use of the porcelain. Removing them would require the use of chemical materials, which can be damaging to high-quality porcelain.
                                      • Handmade products are not perfect, and each piece can have differences in size, shape, colour, and other aspects.
                                    • Handmade Yellow Wood Fired Kiln Altered Flower Tea CupHandmade Yellow Wood Fired Kiln Altered Flower Tea Cup
                                      $33.99

                                      The teacup is handmade using the wood-fired kiln altered glaze technique, and its glaze presents a unique yellow and light purple colour. The phenomenon of crystal formation is caused by kiln altered in a cup, commonly known as “crystal flowers”.

                                      The varying shades of colour make each cup one-of-a-kind, adding a rugged and beautiful charm to your tea table. The mouth of the cup is designed with a flower shape, making the whole cup look even more entertaining.

                                      Attention:

                                      • Kiln-fired glaze variations are often unpredictable and can result in a wide range of colours from a single firing.
                                      • The porosity of ceramics varies depending on the materials used, the recipe, the pressure applied, the duration of pressure, the thickness of the body, the firing temperature, and the duration of firing. Generally, the finer the porcelain, the smaller the pores, while the coarser the pottery, the larger the pores.
                                      • Since porcelain is made from clay, the amount of iron spots present in the clay varies depending on the mineral content of the soil. These iron spots are harmless and do not affect the use of the porcelain. Removing them would require the use of chemical materials, which can be damaging to high-quality porcelain.
                                      • Handmade products are not perfect, and each piece can have differences in size, shape, colour, and other aspects.
                                    • Handwriting Jade White Sancai GaiwanHandwriting Jade White Sancai Gaiwan Out of Stock
                                      $49.99

                                      Porcelain with jade-white glaze, presenting a warm and smooth texture like jade and silk. As for its colour, the porcelain usually appears in a light creamy white, which, under the light, exhibits a slight transparency. The handwritten poetry adds a literary charm to this Gaiwan. Its clean lines and minimalist style can create a sense of calm and tranquillity. This beautiful Gaiwan even without tea inside, can enhance the home’s elegant atmosphere simply by being just displayed on a shelf. It is a perfect choice for those who wish to fully immerse themselves in the tea-drinking experience.

                                    • White Jade Gentleman Fair CupWhite Jade Gentleman Fair Cup
                                      $20.99

                                      This beautiful fair cup is made of Kaolin clay which has a smooth and delicate texture. It has a lustrous, translucent quality that gives it a unique and almost ethereal appearance.

                                      In terms of design, white jade ceramic teaware is often kept simple and understated, allowing its natural beauty to shine through. Its clean lines and minimalist style can create a sense of calm and tranquillity, making it the perfect choice for those who wish to fully immerse themselves in the tea-drinking experience.

                                    • Zen Style Tea Cup Gift SetZen Style Tea Cup Gift Set
                                      $79.99

                                      This Zen-inspired gift set features beautiful white jade ceramic teacups, perfect for savouring your favorited brew in a peaceful and serene setting. The cup’s delicate design and high-quality craftsmanship make it a true work of art.

                                      The bottom of the teacup is engraved with the six Buddhist practices, including generosity, ethical conduct, patience, diligence, meditation, and wisdom, allowing you to appreciate the wisdom and compassion of Buddhism while enjoying your tea.

                                    • Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)
                                      From: $12.99 / 30g

                                      Da Hong Pao Oolong Tea is the king of rock teas. It is produced in the Wuyi Mountain area in Fujian province. It is produced from a tea shrub whose yield is very low; and each shrub can be over 1,000 years old. The tea is regarded as a national treasure because of its low yield and special taste.

                                    • Taiwan Dong Ding Oolong TeaTaiwan Dong Ding Oolong Tea
                                      From: $24.99 / 50g

                                      Taiwan Dong Ding Oolong Tea is another typical representative of Taiwan High Mountain Tea, produced in the Dong Ding Mountain area, Fenghuang Village, Lugu Township.

                                      The reason for Dong Ding Oolong is so-called ‘Dong Ding’ is because ‘Dong Ding’ in Chinese Mandarin means ‘frozen peak’, which used to vividly describes the nature of the landscape in this part of Taiwandescribe how steep the mountain is and climbers have to walk on their tiptoes so-called ‘Frozen Peak’. Actually, Dong Ding Mountain is very steep, people have to walk on their tiptoes to climb it. And the phrase in the Taiwanese Hokkien or Minnan language, people means use ‘grasping the peak’ to describe it which equals ‘frozen peak’ in Mandarin.

                                    • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Charcoal Roasted (TieguanyinAnxi Ti Kwan Yin Charcoal Roasted (Tieguanyin
                                      From: $21.99 / 50g

                                      Our charcoal roasted Ti Kwan Yin origins from Anxi County, Fujian province. The technology of making the Charcoal Roasted Tieguanyin is a traditional way of processing semi-fermented Tieguanyin, however, the charcoal roasted Tieguanyin requires an additional 5-12 hours’ baking using wood charcoal.

                                      It gives you a sense of warmth, like relaxing beside the fireplace in the cold winter while listening to the crackling sound of firewood and enjoying a cup of this unique oolong tea.

                                    • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Strong (Tieguanyin)Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Strong (Tieguanyin)
                                      From: $21.99 / 50g

                                      Our Strong-Flavour Baked Tieguanyin can only be made by tea makers with at least ten years of experience in baking tea; unskilled bakers can easily produce a burnt tea. The method is based on the traditional techniques for producing oolong tea, but includes extra baking.

                                      Tieguanyin Oolong Tea was first produced in 1725–1735 by a local tea farmer in Anxi County, Fujian province. It has a high content of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols and alkaloids. It also contains various nutrients and medicinal substances. Its unique mellow aroma makes it a favorite of many.

                                    • Premium Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Original (Tieguanyin)Premium Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Original (Tieguanyin)
                                      From: $91.99 / 50g

                                      This premium Tieguanyin was made using the most traditional method, called Zhenwei in Chinese, which performs the firing right after the shaking procedure. The entire tea making process was completed no later than the morning of the day after shaking. The taste of the tea is very delicate but mellow, with a long-lasting aftertaste.

                                      Tieguanyin oolong Tea was first produced in 1725–1735 by a local tea farmer in Anxi County, Fujian province. It has a high content of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols and alkaloids. It also contains various nutrients and medicinal substances. Its unique mellow aroma makes it a favourite of many.

                                      Our premium Anxi Ti Kwan Yin is cultivated in the core producing area in inner Anxi County which has the most nutritious soil type – acidic red soil and made by the tea master who has almost half a century’s tea making experience.

                                    • Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honey Orchid Flavor (Fenghuang Dan Cong)Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honey Orchid Flavor (Fenghuang Dan Cong)
                                      From: $21.99 / 30g

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is a very special category of Oolong tea produced from Chao’an District, Chaozhou city, Guangdong province well-known by its aggressive rich aroma. The reason why it is named ‘phoenix’ is that it comes from Phoenix Mountain in Phoenix Village. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong has can have 79 kinds of different natural flower flavours, 12 kinds of natural fruit aroma and 16 kinds of other fragrances, for example, it has the flavour of honey, cinnamon, almond, sweet-scented Osmanthus and yulan so on. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong also has 80 different breeding lines such as Ba Xian, Ju Duo Zai and so on. Our Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is only one of these varieties of breeds. This particular Phoenix Dan Cong oolong has mellow honey orchid flavour.

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is rich in amino acids, vitamins, tea polyphenols and alkaloid. For tea polyphenols, who has a strong anti-radiation effect, can reach up to 30% inside Phoenix Oolong tea.

                                      Because of its rich and overwhelming aroma, Phoenix Dan Cong nowadays has the same high reputation as Anxi Ti Kwan Yin and Wuyi Rock tea (such as Wuyi Big Red Robe) in China. These three different oolong teas become the major Chinese Oolong Tea strains.

                                    • Aged Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honeysuckle FlavourAged Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honeysuckle Flavour
                                      From: $34.99 / 30g

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is a very special category of Oolong tea produced in the Chao’an district, Chaozhou city, Guangdong province, well-known for its aggressively rich aroma. The reason why it is named ‘phoenix’ is that it comes from the Phoenix Mountain in Phoenix Village.

                                      This Aged Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honeysuckle has a thicker and mellower taste than the normal one due to the age of the tea tree being over 50 years. This tea has a unique combined milk, orchid and honeysuckle flower flavour.

                                    • Premium Shui Jin Gui OolongPremium Shui Jin Gui Oolong
                                      From: $31.99 / 30g

                                      Shui Jin Gui is one of the very rare Wuyi rocky oolong teas that belongs to the famous Wuyi ‘Cong’ family. Our premium Shui Jin Gui comes from the Bai Yun Rock located inside the scenic area of Wuyi Mountain in Fujian Province. It is one of the high-quality and premium ‘Zheng Yan’ Wuyi Rocky Oolong teas.

                                      It has a unique floral aroma of wintersweet and an obvious rocky taste, favoured by many tea lovers.

                                    • Premium Bai Ji Guan OolongPremium Bai Ji Guan Oolong Samples Left
                                      From: $32.99 / 30g

                                      Bai Ji Guan is one of the very rare Wuyi rocky oolong teas that belongs to famous Wuyi ‘Cong’ family. Our premium Bai Ji Guan comes from the Bei Dou Peak located inside the scenic area of Wuyi Mountain in Fujian Province. It is one of the high-quality premium ‘Zheng Yan’ Wuyi Rocky Oolong teas.

                                      The legend of this tea is found and cultivated by Yuchan Bai, who is one of the forefathers of Taoism. He liked this tea so much that he drank it all the time when he was meditating. Therefore, Bai Ji Guan is regarded as the tea of Taoism.

                                    • Premium Ban Tian Yao OolongPremium Ban Tian Yao Oolong
                                      From: $36.99 / 30g

                                      Ban Tian Yao is one of the very rare Wuyi rocky oolong teas, belonging to the famous Wuyi ‘Cong’ family. It is native to a narrow passage between the cliffs on the hillside of the Sanhua Peak in Jiulongfeng. Our Bian Tiao Yao origins from an ecological tea garden located in the northwest of Lian Hua Peak inside Wuyi scenic area It is a high-quality and premium ‘Zheng Yan’ tea. Because of the precipitous geography, picking its tea leaves becomes quite difficult. This particular tea garden is suspended in the air, not touching the sky or the ground. This is why it is named ‘Ban Tian Yao’, which, in Chinese, means ‘halfway to the sky waist’.