This glass gaiwan enables the appreciation of the hidden side of of infusing tea. Its smooth sides ensure a comfortable grip and a neutral infusion; it can accommodate all families of tea. This small, covered cup and saucer, is an instrument of choice especially for infusing teas with large leaves. The tea leaves are infused directly in the cup and the lid is used to hold back the leaves when it is time to stop the infusion. The gaiwan is very good for multiple infusions, concentrating their aromas and flavours in each cup.
Tea Studio | Nilgiri Bai Mu Dan
This Bai Mu Dan style white tea is composed of beautifully dried large leaves in hues of yellow and soft green.
The liquor, smooth and silky, gives frank aromas of herbs, fruits and flowers. Its zesty finish is most refreshing.
Dynamic and passionate, the Camellia Sinensis team is proud to take on a new role in the industry (producer), with the Tea Studio.
The Tea Studio is a factory in the Nilgiris in India, created in collaboration with a group of Indian partners.
We joined forces with our respective expertise to propel this innovative project managed entirely by a local team of women.
An inspiring project instilled with the same values as our tea houses.
- Cultivar: Assamica
- Producer: Mme Khanna
- Altitude: 1550m
- Date of harvest: July 7, 2020
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