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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.

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What is Han Wa Yixing Teapot?


The Han Wa teapot is one of the styles of Yixing teapots. It draws its inspiration from the Han Dynasty architectural element known as “Wadang”, meaning a tile, which is a distinct cultural symbol.

Wadang – 瓦当

The Han Wa teapot is also recognized as one of the eighteen shapes created by Chen Mansheng, a renowned Yixing teapot artist.

Historical Story

The origins of clay tiles can be traced back to the Neolithic period, approximately ten thousand years ago, making them contemporaneous with the invention of pottery. The semicircular tiles emerged during the Western Han Dynasty. China began manufacturing tiles in the early Western Zhou Dynasty, around the 11th century BCE. During the Spring and Autumn and Warring States periods, square and rectangular bricks were developed, with the earliest bricks appearing in tombs from the 5th to the 3rd century BCE. The technology, production scale, quality, and variety of brick-making experienced significant advancements during the Qin and Han Dynasties, earning them the epithet “Qin brick, Han tile.”

Although the resplendence of the “Qin brick, Han tile” has long been submerged in the mists of history, as a distinctive cultural symbol of the Qin and Han periods, it vividly embodies the profound and vast legacy of Chinese civilization. It is the rich historical and cultural connotations encapsulated within these bricks and tiles that grant them eternal artistic vitality. Even to this day, the “Qin brick, Han tile” continues to astonish and inspire admiration for the mysterious aura it exudes, reminiscent of the sound of thunder in silence. The Han Wa teapot is designed based on the shape of Han Dynasty tiles, paying homage to their distinctive form and cultural significance.

Design Of Han Wa Teapot

The overall impression of the Han Wa teapot is one of simplicity, antiquity, and solemnity. Upon closer observation, it exudes a profound sense of historical vicissitudes.

Han Wa Yixing Teapot

Compared to other teapot shapes, the Han Wa teapot features a straight cylindrical body and a wide lid. Its resemblance to a teacup without a spout makes it convenient for pouring tea and easy to clean, thereby enhancing its practicality.

These characteristics have made the Han Wa teapot highly favored by tea enthusiasts.

Suitable Tea For Han Wa

The Han Wa teapot, with its wide lid and cylindrical body, is an excellent choice for brewing green tea. However, it is also suitable for brewing other types of tea such as oolong tea, black tea, red tea, and white tea. Its versatile design allows for a wide range of tea options to be brewed using the Han Wa teapot.

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