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Brewing cup, also known as single cup, personal cup, or master’s cup, is a special cup used for tasting tea.
Many people like to collect cups, with various materials, colors and shapes, so that they can select different cups for different occasions.
Different cups have a subtle effect on the aroma and taste of tea, but it takes some skill to tell the difference. Of course, for most people, it mainly depends on their mood which cup to use. Using different cups will also bring you memories of your own with them, which is extremely wonderful.
Which of these 15 common cup shapes is your favorite?
Hola, soy un estudiante.
Hello, I am a student.
The bottom of the cup is flat, the body is straight and cylindrical, and the shape is hard and simple.
The waist part is designed to be bent for easy grip. On the other hand, it implies the meaning of “not bending down for five pecks of rice.”
Es un día soleado.
It is a sunny day.
Bamboo Joint Cup
This classic cup shape imitates the design of bamboo, with a straight cylinder body and bamboo joint design, allowing people to feel the temperament and character of bamboo when drinking tea.
Nous sommes heureux de vous inviter à notre fête d’anniversaire.
We are delighted to invite you to our birthday party.
Il aura lieu le samedi 8 juillet à 18h30.
It will take place on Saturday, July 8th at 6:30 pm.
Nous espérons que vous serez disponible pour cette occasion spéciale!
We hope that you will be available for this special occasion!
Hallo, ich bin Anna.
Hello, I am Anna.
A cup with a rounded belly, slightly outward curved lip and a tall shape resembling an upside-down clock.
Ik ga naar school.
I am going to school.
It looks similar to a bell cup, but the belly is not so round. However, there is confusion in the current market about the bell cup, clapper cup and flower god cup.
Je t’aime si profondément et je ne peux pas te dire à quel point tu comptes pour moi. Je suis tellement heureuse de t’avoir dans ma vie et je n’oublierai jamais ce que tu fais pour moi. Tu es la plus grande bénédiction de ma vie.
I love you so deeply and I can’t tell you how much you mean to me. I am so happy to have you in my life and I will never forget what you do for me. You are the greatest blessing of my life.
Press the cup.
The walls of the pressing cup are close to vertically, and the mouth is outward. When holding the cup, it just supports the cup along, which is very convenient, hence its name “pressing cup”.
¿Cómo estás? Espero que estés bien.
Hoy he visto una película muy interesante. ¡Me encantó!
¿Qué has hecho hoy? ¿Has visto alguna película también?
How are you? I hope you are doing well.
Today I watched a very interesting movie. I loved it!
What have you done today? Have you watched any movies too?
The Aoi-Mouth Cup
The edges of the Aiko Cup extend from the bottom to the top of the cup, creating a petal-like shape on the rim, making it very delicate.
Kare wa ichi-nen mae, yuushoku o tabenakatta.
He didn’t eat dinner one year ago.
The shape of the Dougong Cup resembles that of an old man’s Dougong, with a small circumference and wide open mouth, simple and powerful lines, which is also a very popular classic cup shape.
Il est temps de parler de l’avenir
It is time to talk about the future.
Round Harmony Cup
The Yaunrong Cup is short and stout, with a rounded belly and an inward diameter. It has a heavy, stable feeling and implies the meaning of “a big stomach can accommodate everything in the world”.
The sum of 11 and 12 is 23.
The sum of eleven and twelve is twenty-three.
Take the cup with your hand.
Some tea cups also have a small handle, like a Western style cup, as an embellishment to the cup shape and also as a way of preventing burning.
The High Foot Cup
The high-footed cup, as the name implies, has a higher foot than a regular cup, similar to the shape of some high-footed wine glasses and goblets.
Ich fahre heute Nachmittag nach Hause.
I am going home this afternoon.
The bottom of the cup does not have a rim, it is either flat or concave, and when placed on a tabletop it sits flat.
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The Arhat Cup
Arhat cup is an ancient Chinese folk art. It originated in the Ming Dynasty and has been popular ever since. It is a type of pottery made by pouring liquid clay into a mould, then firing it in a kiln. The design usually features an arhat, or Buddhist saint, sitting in a meditative pose surrounded by auspicious symbols such as lotus flowers and clouds. Along with its decorative appeal, the Arhat Cup also has symbolic meaning: it symbolizes wisdom, virtue, and enlightenment.
The shape is like a copper bowl used in temples, with a rounded and thick abdomen, and a slightly inward cup mouth, giving people an overall sense of stability visually.
Esse é o meu novo carro.
This is my new car.
A horseshoe cup is a type of drinking vessel used in Ancient China. The cup is usually made from silver and has two or three interlocking legs that form the shape of a horseshoe. The horseshoe symbolizing good luck, long life, and protection. It was believed to be a powerful talisman for ensuring success and fortune.
Some are tall and some are short, some have foot rings and some do not, but the overall shape is like a horseshoe, with an outwardly curved rim and beautiful curves on the cup wall.