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Hey tea lovers! 🐉✨ Exciting news as we step into the Dragon Year of 2024 - with Yixing teapot purchase, we're gifting you an exclusive Dragon Year style tea mat to add that extra flair to your tea rituals. It's our way of celebrating with you, but remember, it's a limited-time offer! Don't miss out on making your tea sessions even more special with this mystical addition. 🍵💫

Hey tea lovers! While many of you know us as a premium Chinese tea wares company. We also specialized in teas in Huang Shan region. Huang Shan is home to the most famous Chinese teas – Huang Shan Mao Feng, Keemun and Tai Ping Hou Kui. As natives of this breathtaking place, we have a deep connection to the land and its rich tea heritage.

We understand that finding the perfect tea can be a personal journey, which is why we offer our sample pack. It allows you to explore the diverse flavors of Huang Shan teas and discover the one that resonates with your taste buds.

Each of the teas are sourced and produced directly from the tea farmers, ensuring the quality and the authentic taste.

Sample pack including:
Huang Shan Mao Feng – 10g
Tai Ping Hou Kui – 10g
Keemun Mao Feng – 10g
Osmanthus Keemun – 10g

We can’t wait to hear from your feedbacks on our teas. Join us on this journey and let us be your guide as you explore the enchanting world of Huang Shan teas.

Please note that the tea and tea wares will be shipped in seperate packages according to customs requirement. Usually tea will come slightly later than the tea wares.

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Tea Pet

Get yourself a favorite Chinese tea pet for your Gong Fu tea session from China Tea Spirit. Bring some fun to your table. We have the one of a kind tea pets that are designed and handmade by reputable artist.

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    Creative Duanni Aged Zini Little Bear Tea Pet

    $19.90$34.90
  • Handmade Zini Money Toad Tea Pet

    $49.90
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    Handmade Zisha Yixing Clay Baby Nine tail Fox Tea Pet

    Original price was: $69.00.Current price is: $62.90.
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    Creative Zisha Yixing Clay Cute Little Chubby Crocodile Tea Pet

    $19.90$56.80
  • Handmade Zisha Yixing Clay Chunky Little Hippo Tea Pet

    Handmade Zisha Yixing Clay Chunky Little Hippo Tea Pet

    $19.90
  • Yixing Clay Cute Little Sitting Elephant Tea Pet

    $19.90
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    Cute Running Corgi Tea Pet Figurine

    $29.90$62.80
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    Handmade Chonky Little Shark Tea Pet

    $32.90$39.90
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    Handmade Zisha Yixing Clay Little T-Rex Tea Pet

    Original price was: $45.90.Current price is: $33.90.
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    Cute Mini Angry Chicken Tea Pet

    $19.90$49.90
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    Zisha Yixing Clay Round Chubby Little Panda Tea Pet

    Original price was: $45.90.Current price is: $33.90.
  • SALE Creative Zisha Yixing Clay Little Turtle Tea Pet

    Cute Little Turtle Tea Pet

    Original price was: $28.60.Current price is: $22.90.

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What is a tea pet?

A tea pet is a small clay figurine. It is traditionally kept by tea drinkers in China. It is typically placed on the tea tray during the tea ceremony, and is sometimes also a home decoration.

There are both Yixing style and Jingdezhen style tea pets. Yixing style ones are made from Yixing clay or Zisha. While the Jingdezhen tea pets are usually made of glazed porcelain or earthenware. And also the design inspirations are often from animals or mythical creatures.

Whats the history of tea pet?

Tea pets are a Chinese tradition dating back centuries. They are small figurines that keep tea drinkers company and are often given as gifts.
 
The tradition of tea pets began during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD). During this time, tea drinking was very popular and tea houses were frequented by the upper classes. Tea pets also first appeared during this time.
 
Tea pets were originally made from clay or porcelain and were designed to look like animals or mythical creatures. They were often given as gifts to friends or family members.
 
Over time, the tradition spread to other parts of Asia and eventually to the West. Today, they are still popular in China and are often given as gifts. Moreover, they are also becoming increasingly popular in the West as people learn about this unique tradition.

How to care for your tea pets?

If you’re lucky enough to have a tea pet, then congratulations! These little clay figurines are not only adorable, but they’re also said to bring good luck. Here are some tips on how to take care of your tea pet:

  1. Keep them clean. Just like any other pet, your tea pet will need to be kept clean. Use a soft cloth to wipe them down after each use.
  2. Feed them tea. Yes, you read that correctly – your tea pet needs to be fed tea! This helps them stay hydrated and also gives them the nutrients they need to stay healthy.
  3. Give them a good home. Your tea pet should have a comfortable place to call home, away from any drafts or heat sources. A teacup or small bowl makes a perfect little home.
  4. Handle them with care. Tea pets are delicate creatures, so handle them gently. Don’t drop them or put them under any undue stress.

By following these simple tips, you’ll be sure to have a happy and healthy tea pet that will bring you luck for many years to come!

Who are the mythical beast in tea pets design?

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