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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby IPT » May 27th, '10, 03:20

Tead Off wrote:Seong il handled cups. Dare I call them 'coffee' cups?


That's a dirty word!

You are so mean! I've contacted him, but he seems to be really busy! His stuff is fantastic!
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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby debunix » May 27th, '10, 03:25

Puerh cups! Black tea cups!

My yunomi do sometimes let me down with the very hot teas, and I break down and grab the handled cups to preserve my fingers....
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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby Maitre_Tea » Jun 6th, '10, 10:57

haven't checked this thread in a while, but WOW!

where do people go to look/buy Korean tea ware? the only place that comes to mind is Hankook, which is local to me in LA I think.
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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby debunix » Jun 6th, '10, 17:48

Hankook's storefront in LA goes by another name:

Chansaengwon, 3839 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90010-3238
(213) 380-3538‎
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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby Tead Off » Jun 6th, '10, 22:33

Maitre_Tea wrote:haven't checked this thread in a while, but WOW!

where do people go to look/buy Korean tea ware? the only place that comes to mind is Hankook, which is local to me in LA I think.


Try Korea. :D
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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby aya_s » Jun 7th, '10, 03:08

Wow, I love the look of the little fitted travel cup and brewer. It's adorable!
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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby Chip » Jun 7th, '10, 09:39

aya_s wrote:Wow, I love the look of the little fitted travel cup and brewer. It's adorable!

Yes, they are quite precocious! :mrgreen: Some are quite small, as small as 2 ounces, while others hold up to 4.
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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby TIM » Jun 13th, '10, 19:37

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A Korean GwanJu ware (Gyeonggi Province) with aged Asatsuyu Gyokuro
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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby Victoria » Jun 13th, '10, 20:58

Sweet!
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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby debunix » Jun 13th, '10, 22:58

That's one heck of an elegant set.

And just because my set has this problem, I'm curious: how does the volume of that cup match the volume of the brewing vessel?
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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby TIM » Jun 13th, '10, 23:02

debunix wrote:That's one heck of an elegant set.

And just because my set has this problem, I'm curious: how does the volume of that cup match the volume of the brewing vessel?


Thanks Victoria and Debunix :D The volume is 1 to 1, a very comfortable match. The pic shown the brew level. The link is some of their products:

http://www.luxgen.com/goods/view.php?goodsno=269

My Beloved Kizaemon Ido chawan and its company.
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Enjoy ~ T
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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby Jayaratna » Jun 14th, '10, 07:41

TIM wrote:Image


Hi Tim,

I'm just curious about where your tetsubin is sitting on: what is that thing placed inside your brazier?

I have a Ryoro which is a little too small for mine and I have to keep something below the kettle to let air flow out, otherwise my charcoals extinguish.

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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby TIM » Jun 14th, '10, 11:04

Hi Andrea - That's just a small japanese clay brazier sitting inside the urushi-nuri Hibachi.
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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby IPT » Jun 14th, '10, 12:21

Tim, That Chawan look amazing. I like how you've used the two braziers. Fantastic setup.
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Re: NEW! The unofficial/official Korean Teaware Topic

Postby TIM » Jun 14th, '10, 12:35

IPT wrote:Tim, That Chawan look amazing. I like how you've used the two braziers. Fantastic setup.


Thanks IPT. Its a bit 'Hot' to set it up in the summer time :lol:

Here is my go-to Korean Hagi Dawan:
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