Cups and accessories
All the essential accessories for preparing tea.
This Calabash is the creation of the Quebec ceramist Julie Lavoie.
The west has once again fallen in love with green tea.
From time immemorial, praised by poets adored by Emperors, tea is not only the most consumed beverage on the planet but also an essential part of the diet of millions around the world. From its distant Chinese origins the taste for tea has crossed all borders. Its many virtues and flavours make it hard to ignore. Whether the leaves come from the famous sacred mountains of China or the highest gardens of Darjeeling, every cup tells a story, reveals the grower's craft, conjures up a landscape. Take a voyage into the teascapes of China, Taiwan, India, Japan and other important producing …
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This glass pitcher, exclusive to Camellia Sinensis, is ideal for the preparation of cold infused iced tea.
This glass pitcher is a multifunction utensil which allows you to view the colour of your infusion. The neutrality of glass accommodates all families of tea, whether used in a gong fu cha ceremony or to share the contents from a teapot. Easy to maintain, this article is dishwasher-safe.
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After the pouring the water onto the leaves, the transparency of the glass will display the pleasant spectacle of their waltz, and the gradual darkening of the liquor. The infusion beaker is a perfect accessory for fans of tea in free infusion, which lends itself particularly well to large-leaf and herbal teas.
This modern classic invites the reader to discover a uniques tradition that has come to symbolize the wisdom, beauty, and the elegant simplicity of Asian culture. The author celebrates the Way of Tea from its ancient origins in Chinese Taoism to its culminationin the Zen discipline known as the Japanese tea ceremony-an enchanting practice bringing together such arts as architecture, pottery, and flower arranging to create an experience that delights the senses, calms the mind, and refreshes the spirit. The Book of Tea describes the rich aethetic of Asian culture through the history , …