Teavivre new Teaware-----Yixing teapots and teasets
Yixing teapots are known to be the best vessel for brewing tea, especially for Oolong Tea and Pu-erh Tea. It has the characteristics of fast heat transmission and good heat preservation. And through our careful selection, Yixing Zisha teapots and teasets are available on our site now. Have a look at these beautiful Yixing purple clays to find one for your teas!
Can’t wait for mine to get here! :) Should be soon!
More Teaware on TeaVivre!
Different Chinese Porcelain teapots and Gaiwan tea sets can be choose, and it is a good choice for serving teas to friends or families in gongfu way by this common-use Chinese tea sets. Also, all kinds of teas can use it to brew. Enjoy your cups!
Could you maybe clear something up for me.
My hands are TINY – my fingers are short lol seriously very small. I can’t get a gaiwan right. Can’t use one.
So I was looking at spouted Gaiwans but have not bought one yet.
I am seeing the Chinese Teapot on your site and wondering if I could not just use this instead of a spouted Gaiwan.
What would be the difference?
Thank you! :)
The spouted Gaiwan is more convenient than normal Gaiwan. It contains a built in ceramic filter, so when you brew a cups of tea, you do not need to brew the tea liquor into fair cup through a filter. Also you do not need to worry about handling it, even breaking it, because it can be easily controlled and brewed.
You may look at this one: http://www.teavivre.com/ding-porcelain-tea-set/ , it has two handles and pouring spout.
And this one: http://www.teavivre.com/porcelain-ceramic-peony-teapot/
Thank you I was looking at them :) does the second one (with decor on it) have the built in filter like the white one does? Although I still think I like the double handle on the first – that is unique.
The second one do not have the built in filter,but it has a infuser, and this first one is easy to handle, like you said it is unique.
Oooh the new teaware is beautiful! I’ve never used a Gaiwan before, nor the Yixing pots. I feel like I’m missing out on some great tea experience ;)