A simple filter to keep your infusion clear, contains even the finest leaves. Perfect for ceremonial moments, steeping high grade leaves or tiny Japanese needles, this small filter will surely fit your needs. It’s conical shape adapts well to all openings.
Cups and accessories
All the essential accessories for preparing tea.
This just lovely miniature spoon is the perfect measurement tool, for a perfect match every time!
This spoon in solid black plastic, and ideal measure and perfect for reaching deep to the leaves at the bottom of a caddy or bag. Capacity 2 teaspoons, the perfect size to charge a 500ml teapot. Vary to your taste of course!
With a capacity of 1 teaspoon, it is your basic measuring tool for drinking a perfect cup of tea every time. Made of solid stainless steel and a minimalist design.
This wooden spoon comes from Taiwan. It has a capacity of 15 ml (approximately 3 tsp.). The long handle allows you to scoop the leaves from a deep container.
These compostable filter bags, with the Camellia Sinensis touch, are complete with a convenient draw string.
This "dial" thermometer is used to read the temperature of the water specially used for infusing the most delicate teas. Of a practical and solid design, it comes with a case that can be used for calibration (instructions on the back of the packaging).
This tea scoop was designed in collaboration with artisans of bamboo in Asia.
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The fine holes of this stainless steel filter allow circulation while reducing cup residue.
The Art of Tea is a Taiwanese publication containing in-depth discussion and articles from a selection of Asia's most respected tea experts. In this issue: