Cups and accessories

All the essential accessories for preparing tea.

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Tea Jar from Mr Lin

The Taiwanese potter Lin Jianhong from Luku in Taiwan, refined his study of ceramic art with the great masters of Japan.

Kabaizaiku Tea Box | Raw Wood

This japanese tea caddy is entirely clad in cherry wood, one of japan's emblematic trees.

Kabaizaiku Tea Box | Lacquered Wood

This japanese tea caddy is entirely clad in cherry wood, one of japan's emblematic trees.

Purion Tea Jar from Lin’s Ceramics | Gothic

Though a porous container is prohibited for most teas, it is quite different for Pu Er which improves in a more permeable material.

Tea Jar from Mr Shao SO-14

This earthenware jar comes to us directly from a young artisan from Yixing, Shao Guo Jun. Shao Guo Jun was born and educated in the city of Ding Shan. There he learned traditional pottery techniques with some of the greatest masters. 

Kabaizaiku Tea Box | Inox

This Japanese tea caddy is clad in cherry wood, one of Japan's emblematic trees.

Fromage et Thé

Fabienne Effertz invites us to discover two worlds that may seem to have nothing in common: cheese and tea. But these two products are closer than we realize. In her book, Mrs Effertz takes various angles to present how they connect: be it technical (transformation, refinement, preservation etc), or tasting (pairings, aroma description etc), or even from the perspective of supply chain. She also discusses the challenges of preserving a particular styles of sustainable agriculture from Belgium and Switzerland to Quebec. 

Tea Jar from Mrs Sheng SG-24

Recipient of numerous awards, Mrs Sheng has her own pottery studio where she makes pieces prized by collectors.

Camellia Sinensis | Thé, histoire, terroirs, saveurs (seconde édition)

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Stainless Steel Tea Jar J3

Those who have had the chance to visit our stores would have seen our walls lined with its tea jars hosting our fine teas.

Camellia Sinensis | Tea, History, Terroirs, Varieties

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 …

Camellia Sinensis | Green Tea: A Quest for Fresh Leaf and Timeless Craft

The west has once again fallen in love with green tea.

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