The Fair Cup is an essential part of the tea ceremony, as it ensures that each guest receives an equal amount of tea, and that the tea is of consistent quality throughout the ceremony. The tea is brewed in a teapot or Gaiwan and then poured into the Fair Cup, which is then used to distribute the tea to the guests. The Fair Cup is typically made of porcelain or ceramic and is designed to be easy to hold and pour from.
In Chadao, the concept of fairness and equality is highly valued, and the Fair Cup serves as a symbol of these principles. The act of pouring tea from the Fair Cup is also seen as an important part of the tea ceremony, as it demonstrates respect for the guests and a commitment to hospitality and generosity.