Frequently Bought Together
- Material: Ceramics
- Origin: Dehua, Quanzhou
- Gaiwan: 9.5 cm × 9.0 cm, 150 ml；
- Gongdaobei: 8.7 cm × 9.2 cm, 240 ml；
- Tea Cup: 6.0 cm × 4.6 cm, 50 ml
- The advantage of gaiwan is that it is easy to control, and it is convenient to wash the tea and scrape the foam, look at the bottom of the leaves, and smell the fragrance.
- When the tea is brewed, the lid of the bowl is slanted, leaving a gap that is large enough to allow water to filter out the tea residue.
- Hold the cover bowl with your thumb and middle finger, hold the cover button with your index finger, quickly dump the bowl, and divide the tea to drink.
It's thick porcelain, but it's very pretty and brews tea well.
This little guy isn’t going to slip around in the saucer; it’s very stable.
I use this guy almost every morning now. It’s a pleasure. Extremely happy to have this guy.
It fits extremely well in the hand of you have shorter fingers. It’s substantial without being heavy. I am still a beginner and occasionally burn myself on my other gaiwans, but have never had that problem with that with this guy.
Shipping took longer than advertised, but it’s beautiful and made a lovely gift.
It travels across the planet and takes almost 20 days to get from China to NY. It was well packaged and the tracking was OK. I dont know if this is a great example of the art but it sure beats some of the prices I have seen for a "tea cup". I brew green tea and can finally see the leaves grow