I'm clearing out my den to make room for more
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Yixing Red Clay Pot - Im not 100% what exact clay this one is. It's either zhuni pear skin or hong ni pear skin. I bought it from a good chinese vendor that had many master made chao zhou pots. She picked it up along the way for dan chong because of wide shape. Craftsmanship is good, fast pour, multiple hole filter, slightly rounds the brew, adds nice complex aftertaste but not over powering, thick walls, 120ml. Because of the shape and pour speed and flavor, I like dancong, baozhong, gaoshan and up to mid oxidized oolongs, maybe yancha but I dont drink too much to say.
$69 shipped SOLD
Pear Zhuni - I bought this beauty from jings tea shop through email. I asked for a pot good for gaoshan and once I saw this out of the three shown to me. I just had to have it but now I must pass her on to a new home. Extremely well made just stunning to look at, healthy quick elegant pour, fast for the spout shape, multiple hole filter, medium walls, 160ml. Even though she is a little large the leaves open up very nice in the big belly. After 3 infusions I only get about 100ml worth of brew out. Makes a very elegant and delightful brew. I found it really great for gaoshan of all kinds and lighter to "classic" tgy, never tested for anything else.
$189 shipped SOLD
Red Sado Hohin - This is a blend of mumyoi 80% nosaka 20% from hojo. It's well loved great for many kinds of tea. I found it smooths the brew a bit, adds a pure aftertaste, yet retains the fragrance. Good for all japanese greens, chinese greens, sheng, dancong, oolongs of all sorts. 89ml, 4 sec pour no leaf.
$69 shipped SOLD
Purion Tea Plate - Purchased straight from lin's ceramics, I loveeee it so much but just dont use it very often. It does absorb some drips which is why I bought it 6x11.5 inches.
$60 plus ship
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