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Common teaware usually includes cups, tea strainers, lids, trays, tea tongs, tea towels, tea needles, kettles, teapot cans, tea boats, tea seas, teaspoons, and teapot handles. There are thirteen common teaware with usage instructions.

Its usage is as follows:

One, teacup

There are all kinds and sizes of teacups. Different teas should be served in different cups. In recent years, aroma cups for drinking tea and smelling the tea fragrance have become popular. According to the shape and color of the teapot, choose the appropriate teacup, which is also quite beautiful when matched together. In order to facilitate the appreciation of tea soup color and easy cleaning, it is best to glaze the inner surface of the cup, preferably white or light color. For cup requirements, it is best to make it comfortable to “hold”, “pick up” and “enter” smoothly.

Two, Tea Strainer
A tea strainer is a device used to strain tea leaves from infused tea before serving. It is mainly composed of a bowl-shaped container and a lid with a perforated surface. The container has an arch shape, which allows the water to pass through the holes and filter out the tea leaves.

When pouring a cup of tea, the tea strainer should be placed at the mouth of the teapot to direct the tea leaves into the pot, avoiding them spilling outside.

Third, cover the bowl.

A tea-cup or a lid cup consists of three parts: a tea bowl, a bowl cover and a saucer. Put three grams of tea into the bowl, pour water in, then put the lid on for five to six minutes before drinking. When using this method to make tea, usually one brew is enough and no more than twice can be added.

Fourth, teapot

A tray used to hold cups or other tea ware, for receiving tea that flows out or is poured out during the brewing process. It can also be used as a plate for tea cups. It is made of plastic or stainless steel and has various shapes such as round and rectangular.

Five, Tea Rules

Tea rules are the etiquette and practices for drinking tea. These include preparing and pouring the tea, presenting it to others, and drinking it. The rules may vary depending on the type of tea being served and the occasion.

The tea pot is a utensil used to serve tea, usually made of bamboo.

Sixth, Tea Compression

Also known as tea chopsticks, the function of tea clamps is the same as that of a tea spoon. It can be used to scoop out tea residues from the pot. It is also often used to hold a teacup while washing, which prevents scalding and keeps it clean and sanitized.

Seventh, Tea Towel

Tea towels, also known as tea cloths, are mainly used for drying pots. Before brewing tea, tea towels can be used to wipe away any residual water from the bottom of the teapot or teacup, as well as any spilled tea on the table.

Eight, tea needle.

The function of a tea strainer is to clear the internal mesh of the teapot and keep the water flowing smoothly.

Nine, boilers

In ancient times, a kettle was used to brew tea. Alcohol lamps and electric kettles are the most common ones nowadays. In addition, gas stoves and electronic water heaters are also available. I use an automatic electric stove.

Ten, Tea Canister

The canisters used for storing tea leaves must be odorless, airtight and opaque. Materials including tinplate, stainless steel, tin alloy and ceramic are acceptable.

Eleven, Tea Boat.

A container used to hold a teapot, filled with tea leaves and boiling water that is poured into a teacup from the top of the teapot. The boiling water can also be used to wash the tea cups. Also known as a “tea pool” or “pot holder”, its common functions are: holding hot water for watering cups, receiving overflowed tea from connection pots, and keeping warm.

Twelve, tea sea

Tea sea is also known as tea cup or gongdao cup. After the tea soup in the teapot is soaked to an appropriate concentration, the tea soup is poured into the tea sea, and then poured into each small teacup to seek uniformity of the concentration of the tea soup. A filter can also be placed on the tea sea to filter out the tea sediment and powder. When there is no special tea sea, a teapot can also be used. Its general function is: to hold the brewed tea soup, pour it into each cup, make each cup of tea soup concentrate equally, and precipitate the tea sediment.

Thirteen, teaspoon.

A teaspoon is also known as a tea scoop. Its shape resembles a soup spoon, so it is called a teaspoon. Its main purpose is to scoop out the tea leaves in a boiled teapot. After the tea leaves are brewed, they often fill up the teapot tightly. In addition, the mouth of most teapots is not big. It is inconvenient and unhygienic to dig out the tea leaves with hands, so people use teaspoons instead.