About Zisha Tea Set
The first Zisha teapot was created during the Song Dynasty in the 10th century. Today, Zisha teapots produced are considered to be the best tool for making tea.
MATERIAL&CRAFTS: Zisha clay & lead free,Handmade.The clay feature is compact structure,close to porcelain, high strength and small particles.The cup can brew Tieguanyin,Pu'er tea,etc.The color,flavor of the tea soup is better than other teacup
PLACE OF ORIGIN: Yixing. Zisha cup is most famous for Yixing tea cup.It brews up tea to capture the true fragrance of tea.It can keep the color,fragrance and taste of tea for a long time.Yixing zisha teacup has higher collectible value
APPLICATIONS: It is suitable for all kinds of people and various occasions like office ,home, study and travel. Share the joy by gifting the pots to your loved ones. Anyone who likes to drink tea with tea cup will love what UFENGKE has to offer
Use & Maintenance
They are meant for use with black and oolong teas, green or white tea as well as aged Puer tea, but the water must be allowed to cool to around 85¡æ (185¨H) before pouring the water into the pot.
The using steps as follows:
1. When using the teapot for the first time, put the teapot into the clean pot with cold water and boil for about 5-10 minutes. Then remove the pot from the boiling water and set it aside for natural cooling. This step can open the pores of the teapot and make the tea more breathable.
2. Please put the tea into the Zisha pot and brew with warm water around 185¨H, wait for some minutes to enjoy your tea either by pouring it into a cup or by drinking directly from the Zisha teapot, which is the traditional way of using it.
Zisha teapot absorbs a tiny amount of tea into the pot during brewing. After prolonged use, the pot will develop a coating that retains the flavor and color of the tea. It should be rinsed with fresh water and allowed to air-dry. A studious tea connoisseur will only steep one type of tea in a particular pot, so as not to corrupt the flavor that has been absorbed. (NOTE: FORBIDDEN IN MICROWAVE, OVEN, OR DISHWASHER)