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Many tea connoisseurs would say that the Yixing Red Clay Xi Shi Lotus Teapot is an indispensable item for a tea enthusiast's collection. The qualities that make them truly special are directly linked to the purple clay (ZiSha), found only in the Yixing, Jiangsu province of China, and the highly skilled craftspeople commissioned to create the pots. Yixing teapot is considered by some connoisseurs as the best possible way to steep tea.
The following natural characteristics proof the Yixing Red Clay Xi Shi Lotus Teapot was made by distinctive raw material:
1. Unique adsorption: Yixing Red Clay Xi Shi Lotus Teapot's good ventilation also created another unique quality, which is the strong adsorption. It will continue to absorb tea aroma when teapot is used, and after a long time, it will create a aroma. Therefore, the teapot only can make the same type of tea to avoid flavor mixing, which affects its taste.
2. The more nourished, the more spiritual: For many appliances, the more you use, the older they are, but the more you use, the better the Yixing Red Clay Xi Shi Lotus Teapot is. The set body will be more and more shiny, smooth, beautiful and mild after frequent cleaning.
3. Resist hot and cold temperature: Yixing Red Clay Xi Shi Lotus Teapot is sandy and it transfers heat slow, so it has a good stability of hot and cold, even if burned directly on the stove, it will not be split.
Made Of: Yixing Clay.
Size: Length 12.6 cm (4.96"), Height 5.3 cm (2.09").
Capacity: 200 ml (6.76 oz).
Born in the capital of ceramic art, Yixing, Shushan in 1973, he went to Yixing Zisha craft factory to learn carving after graduating from high school. Having the guidance of many famous masters, his works were innovated on the basis of tradition. He has a special view on the design and production of purple sand and pays attention to the combination of pot and culture, many of his works have been published in well-known journals.