Yixing teapots had been a staple of tea making in China since the 15th Century, prized for their elegance and exceptional tea brewing capabilities. Yixing teapots are relatively unknown to tea enthusiasts in the United States, although they and cast iron teapot are gaining a following. Cast iron teapots are famous for their extreme durability and ability to retain heat. Our yixing teapots and cast iron teapots infuse these asian-inspired products with contemporary flair.
A rare, very green oolong tea from Taiwan. Pouchong is the most lightly oxidized of all oolong teas - just 8-10%. In Taiwan, this tea is extremely valued and celebrated for its aroma - as one tea master said, if theres no fragrance, its not worth the effort! Our Masters Pouchong starts with a deep, inviting sugary-floral nose. The bright, pale golden-green liquor has a soft, melting butter texture, uplifting floral notes and mild, succulent flavo... read more...
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