This ceramic gaiwan comes from the famous Lin's Ceramics studio in Taiwan. It is distinguished by its gentle eggshell appearance, a signature of the manufacturer.
Our new 'Selection of the moment' offers you the chance to discover 10 teas from the vast diversity of our catalogue at a discount price.
Our new 'Selection of the Moment' offers you the chance to discover 5 teas from the vast diversity of our catalogue at a discount price.
Three weeks before hand harvesting, shade structures which filter out up to 90% of sunlight are placed over the tea to develop what is commonly called in Japan "the taste of the shadows. The result is a tea weak in tannins, highly complex and aromatic.
This complete package is ideal for enhancing your teleworking moments. With four teas and one herbal infusion, this set also includes one of our favourite brewing tools : the glass beaker with its matching cup. The beaker enables you to infuse your tea using the 'free brew' method, allowing the leaves to release their full potential.
At the venerable age of 80, Japanese ceramist Gyokko is still an active artist whose energy do not seem to fade. He manages to keep in artistic vision: offering teapots that are both affordable, artisanal and complex.
Marked by the famous 7542 seal, this Sheng Pu er cake sourced from Taiwan where it has been patiently preserved.
Here is a loose leaf Pu er from the Menghai region which has since aged under dry storage in Hong Kong.
This cake was produced according to one of the most popular recipes in the world of aged teas, and since the creation of this assemblage of medium grade leaves (4) in 1975 by the Menghai factory (2), enthusiasts have not ceased rejoicing.
The Aurora glaze is Ms Zhang’s most popular porcelain piece! The vibrant shades of blue, purple and red really catch the eye. On a large piece such as this teapot, the discreet colour trails reveal the softness of the celadon tones.
The Aurora glaze is Ms. Zhang’s most popular porcelain piece! The vibrant shades of blue, purple and red really catch the eye. On a large piece such as this teapot, the discreet colour trails reveal the softness of the celadon tones.
The artist Zhang Zhen Chun is the perfect example of symbiosis between modernity and tradition. Passionate about design, the young woman develops pieces rich in style and character.
A graduate from Jingdezhen University in China, her work is worthy of this famous city, known for the quality of its porcelain since the Tang dynasty (7th century).
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