Japanese tepots come in many forms; the one ideal for brewing green teas is called a yokode kyusu, meaning side handle teapot. This black yokode kyusu has a twine wrapped handle and swirl design on the lid and a built in strainer. Ceramic interior makes...
Traditional iron teapots are treasured for their beauty, function, and durability. This features a copper handle and 38-ounce capacity. The swirl design adds a sense of motion and style
The perfect size for enhancing and enjoying your favorite tea. Especially handy for pu-erh and oolong. Just the right size when you are sipping multiple infusions of a special tea.
This unique tea strainer is a must have when serving tea with a Gaiwan or Gong Fu style.
A must for the serious tea drinker. Never travel without your favorite tea, and a way to prepare and enjoy the comforts of home. The set includes 2 cups about 3" high, the infuser and a travel bag.
Carefully crafted in Japan, this is a must have for true enjoyment of matcha. The bowl is 4.5" diameter and 3" high, which makes a perfect size to create a proper froth. Matcha spoon and bamboo whisk included.
Try your hand at this time-tested Chinese tea vessel. Pour hot water over the leaves in the cup and let infuse. When ready to drink, hold the saucer in your left hand and use the lid to sweep back the leaves as you drink. This holds up to 6 ounces, so...
Enjoy a piece of tea history by adding a Chinese black tea brick to your collection! Tea was traditionally compressed into bricks to make it easier to transport. While it is no longer a common practice, these compressed tea bricks are the perfect display...
Hand crafted in small batches in the An Hui province of China, this unique Yellow tea features a small sturdy leaf that yields a deeply floral sweet flavor that lingers on the tongue. Insider Tip: Another offering from a small grower, this tea is...
Soft and sweet are the perfect words to describe this lovely blend! In this white tea, rose petals, jasmine flowers and cabernet flavor are combined to make a cup that has a delightful finish. Insider Tip: This is one of our wine inspired teas! They...
The gaiwan is a traditional Chinese tea brewing vessel comprised of three parts including the lid, bowl, and saucer. Translating literally to "lid and bowl," this gaiwan is has a removable infuser and two cups.
The gaiwan is a traditional Chinese tea brewing vessel comprised of three parts including the lid, bowl, and saucer. Translating literally to "lid and bowl," gaiwans date back to the Ming Dynasty. This gaiwan is a modern design with a larger capacity, a...
Used in the Japanese tea ceremony, and vital to the enjoyment of matcha, a bamboo spoon will add the complete touch to your own tea ceremony! Each sold separately.