If We Had to Choose Just One Tea Utensil…

By Jesse Jacobs

 

If we were stranded on a desert island and could choose only tea brewing utensil, we’d choose the Samovar Cloud Gaiwan. It’s beautiful, simple, and makes great tea.

The Chinese gaiwan, or “covered bowl,” is one of the oldest brewing devices around. It concentrates the infusion, allowing you to re-infuse the same leaves over and over. Sip straight from the cup or decant into a separate cup, and you’ll enjoy stronger aromas, more full bodied taste, and a beautiful view of the leaves unfurling.

Pair the Cloud Gaiwan with our Lotus Teacups and Bamboo Tea Tray, and you’ll be set to brew premium whole leaf teas.

Click here to learn more about how to brew tea with a gaiwan.

 

Tea Gifts for Father’s Day

By Jesse Jacobs
    Pu-erh is the wine of the tea world: earthy, strong, and complex. Infuse the same tea leaves again and again to emit dark flavors of cedar forests, tobacco, bittersweet chocolate, and espresso. An epicurean experience favored by coffee drinkers and wine connoisseurs. This Father’s Day, pair a box of pu-erh tea with our…

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