ndw76 wrote:It sounds like you are a fellow OCD sufferer too. Luckily, or unluckily, depending on how you look at it, I have my wife to keep me in check.
My wife gives me "the look" every time a box shows up in the mail. "More tea stuff?" But it's good that she does that,I'm a terrible collector and pack-rat, somebody needs to keep me under control.
But back to teapots -- what is the classic style(s) of teapot for Chinese greens? For sencha we have the kyusu, yixing for puerh, gaiwan for everything
Is there a typical pot for Chinese greens, especially for brewing a family-sized pot (10 oz. or so)?
I'm currently brewing Chinese greens in my 9 oz. Den's glazed kyusu, and it works fine, it seems to be a good general purpose pot. I don't have any problem with that, but just wondering if there is a Chinese-style equivalent for brewing up 2-4 servings of green.