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In addition to the many advantages of porcelain tea sets, blue and green porcelain tea sets are particularly suitable for brewing green tea, which can bring out a beautiful color. However, when using it to brew red tea, white tea, yellow tea and black tea, it may easily cause the tea soup to lose its original appearance, as if something is lacking.

Why are blue and white porcelain teaware the best for brewing green tea?

The porcelain tire with qinghua is white and thin. It is conducive to viewing tea soup color and heat dissipation. Green tea will show ripe soup smell and taste deterioration when it is soaked in boiling water for a long time. Therefore, the requirements of green tea brewing are that the tires should be white and thin, and the water temperature should not be too high. Other materials are not as good as qinghua porcelain.

Blue and white porcelain tea sets are suitable for brewing any type of tea.

Blue porcelain teaware is suitable for drinking green tea, clear tea, fragrant slices, and Baihao bird dragon. All of them are suitable for brewing with a high-density pot. Blue porcelain teaware is better! In addition to the many advantages of porcelain teaware, its green color is more beneficial to the soup color when making green tea. However, using it to brew red tea, white tea, yellow tea and black tea will easily make the tea soup lose its original appearance. The use of teapots is mainly to appreciate the color, feel and unique cultural connotation of the teapot.

Among them, blue and white porcelain teaware is most suitable for brewing green tea. The glaze color of blue and white porcelain can better bring out the color of the tea soup. When brewing green tea, choose a clear-flower porcelain tire that is white and thin, which is conducive to viewing the color of the tea soup and heat dissipation. Green tea will show an aged taste and color if it is boiled too long without boiling water. Therefore, when brewing green tea, it requires that the teaware be white and thin for better heat dissipation, and the water temperature should not be too high.

The craftsmanship of blue and white porcelain teaware.

Royal celadon is a product of the integration of north and south China. It is well known that regional environments are different, land and water are different, and cultural differences vary greatly. Southern and northern celadon have their own characteristics. For example, Longquan Celadon in the south generally has hard and delicate texture, light gray color, crystal clear glaze color, like ice and jade; Yaozhou Celadon in the north has thick body, strong glass texture, large fluidity and greenish yellow glaze color. After extensive research on both southern and northern porcelain by Royal Classics, combined with the characteristics of both sides, using the different properties of southern and northern firing materials, Royal Classics has fired its unique celadon teapot with strong toughness mixed with softness, showing brilliant celadon in greenish beauty.

The Royal Kiln has professional kilns and advanced equipment. No matter how many times the celadon enters the fire, it can maintain perfect color and will not crack or break. The celadon fired is evenly heated, with a clear and elegant color, blue-green glaze, thick and moist glaze, comparable to jade green.

Every piece of Royal Jingdian’s celadon works is not only a crystallization of wisdom, but also the continuation of Chinese nation’s culture spirit for thousands of years. They are like jade and water, delicate and distant, emotional yet ethereal. Within them contains excellent characters of Chinese nation, being passed down through generations and never fading away across the long history. Through these celadon teaware, we can see the vigor of fire, elegance of water and generosity of earth, depicting the true essence of life. They are not merely handicrafts but also witnessers and followers to Chinese civilization for five thousand years. As one of the most outstanding celadon pieces, Royal Jingdian has been beloved by intellectuals from both at home and abroad. Along with other ceramic pieces it has been widely spread to Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, Africa and Europe. In terms of craftsmanship technology, modeling technology or visual aesthetics its artistic achievements have pushed the ceramics firing technology in China to its pinnacle level contributing a great deal to cultural exchange between East and West people; thus bringing a healthier tea environment with more taste!