An original but traditional teapot for all that. Made in a purple clay, Zisha, it was molded in a cubic shape. The spout and the handle line up in the diagonal of the cube formed. A different motif on each side: The flowering branch of a plum tree, symbol of better days after a harsh winter, and the bamboo that bends and rises, stronger after a test. The design is sober and very modern while keeping its rustic touch with the natural earth and slate colors.
Nice capacity: 730ml, the spacious filter is made of stainless steel.
The clay from the Yixing region is one of the best for a clay teapot. This one, the Zisha, though not purple has that name in this region. Good for all teas, however it is advisable to keep the same type of tea. Indeed, the oils of the teas accumulate and line the interior of the teapot and give over time an identity to the taste of the tea which improves. Using more than one would lessen this fantastic effect.
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