Yes Petr, exactly such one and now one left in Poland. Run by young and enthusiastic people. In fact I am not a big fun of this style with very bright colorful walls and shelfs with many trinkets but their japanese patio was a nice place. But defentely it is a teahouse not an exhibition space.Petr Novák wrote:Is it in the Czajownia, part of the Czech franchising tearooms chain? Looks nice!
oh, and I find there one of your teapots (really cult object!).
Scott, I am so happy to hear this. Please raport how it will work with your new selection. And what level of oxidation they are?茶藝-TeaArt08 wrote:Honestly, the small red clay pot I bought from you is my favorite pot to pour these days; it really does amazing things with my Taiwan wulong selection. I've just returned from a tea convention with a fair number of other oolongs and I am looking forward to tasting what your teapot will do with them.
thanks Pawel. Joanna took pictures with just the mobile phone. Respect.chado.my.teaway wrote:More pics from exhibition from our polish friend.
http://liu-mulan.blogspot.com/2013/06/w ... jowni.html