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More often than not, people use a consumer product to showcase their own sense of style and taste. How can we present the beauty and delicacy of our high-quality tea? In different locations, how can we both maintain a sense of style and not let down the tea in the cup?

How to enjoy a cup of Pu’er at the three inch office space and fight for survival? To satisfy the requirements of separating Pu’er infusion and not taking up too much space while still allowing for smell, one can choose between elegant cups, tumblers and thermal cups with tea-water separation!

The following picture illustrates how to brew a cup of Piao Yi Tea. The steps include warming the cup, washing the tea and awakening it, pouring out soup, and then finally distributing it into cups.

Home, a warm and free-spirited place.

Home is a warm and true side, where your taste and style is presented perfectly. Modern life requires tea sets at home, either for personal use or entertaining guests! Tea sets can demonstrate the owner’s preference: purple sand, violet pottery, black pottery, Ru ware, celadon and white porcelain have their own characteristics.

It is suggested to choose a tea set with the same color and style of home, white porcelain bowl is an all-purpose match, and purple sand is preferred by enthusiasts!

The following figure shows the brewing method of white porcelain: (White porcelain lid cup brewing sequence: Warm cup, Wake Tea/Wash Tea, Soup Out, Cup Division, Serve Tea)

For tea lovers who have not yet used purple sand, here are some personal maintenance tips for purple sand:
1. Avoid direct contact with the sun to prevent discoloration or drying of the surface;
2. Before and after use, wipe with a soft cloth or brush;
3. Boiling water can be used to rinse and clean it;
4. Occasionally waxing avoids stains and makes you feel smooth;
5. If you use it often, it is recommended to dry it in time after use and store it in a cool place away from moisture.

How to maintain a kettle

1. Clean the inside and outside of the kettle regularly with a damp cloth.

2. Empty out the water left in the kettle after each use.

3. Check the power cord and plug frequently, and replace them if they are worn or damaged.

4. Descale the kettle at least once a month by boiling a solution of 1/3 white vinegar and 2/3 water for fifteen minutes, then discarding it and rinsing thoroughly before refilling with fresh water.

When making tea, do not keep the teapot immersed in water. Some people have the habit of pouring boiling water into the teapot in order to maintain the warmth, but this does not have a positive effect on nourishing the pot, and instead leaves an uneven color on the body of the pot.

After brewing tea, pour out the tea residue. Every time after brewing tea, the tea residue should be poured out. Rinse away the tea soup remaining on the pot with hot water to keep both inside and outside of the pot clean.

Do not put tea soup in the pot. After making the tea, be sure to pour out both the tea residue and the tea soup, rinse inside and outside of the pot with hot water, and then pour out the water. Keep the inside of the pot dry and absolutely do not accumulate moisture. In this way, a pottery pot cultivated can emit natural shine.

When drying in the shade, open the lid of the kettle and rinse it clean. Then open the lid and place it in a well-ventilated, easy-drying place until it is completely dry before storing it properly.

Avoid placing the teapot in an area with too much oil smoke or dust, so as not to affect its glossy feel.

Revision tip: For tea lovers who use purple sand teapot, brew Pu’er raw tea and Pu’er ripe tea separately in two pots!

The elegant cup is convenient and fast, making it easy to divide and smell; the white porcelain cover bowl is lightweight and practical, suitable for serving guests with freshly brewed tea, just rinse the cover bowl; purple sand pot lovers can directly choose, lock the aroma and improve the water path delicately.

A beloved tea, an appropriate vessel, a cup of tea time to rest and ponder!