Blue and white traditional Chinese tea ceremony set made of thin rice grain porcelain. Includes a gaiwan (150 ml), a tea pitcher or cha hai (190 ml), 6 tea cups (40 ml each), a tea strainer with a drip cup, tea tongs.
The set for traditional Chinese tea ceremony is made of thin “rice grain” porcelain featuring holes filled with translucent glaze. Through these holes you can watch as the tea leaves unfurl. A gaiwan (150ml) is used to brew your tea leaves and enjoy their aroma. It fits in the han comfortably. A tea pitcher or cha hai (190 ml) with an everted rim and a spout for accurate dosing of the infusion ensures that the strength of the tea will be the same in each cup. After brewing you decant the infusion into the tea pitcher where the beverage gets an even texture. A tea strainer with the stainless steel net filters any debris of the tea leaves after brewing. When not used the strainer is stored in the drip cup. Tea cups (40 ml) have everted rims allowing drinkers to savor and sip the tea without scalding lips and fingers. Tea tongs are created to carry hot cups. .