Porcelain Tea Tasting Cup Set


Porcelain Tea Tasting Cup Set

Price:  £17.95(Inc. 20% VAT)
  (6 Reviews)


This universal size porcelain tea tasting set will add the professionalism and class to your tea tasting sessions. Includes cups with lid, tea scoop and tasting bowl.

Microwave and dishwasher safe.

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Friday, 5 April 2019  |  Beate

Perfect nothing more to say

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Really happy with this product
Monday, 14 August 2017  |  Francesco

I love this mini tea set. The cup and bowl are pretty small; I'd say they can contain around 100 ml of water which is, in my opinion, the perfect quantity for a good cup of green tea. I take it with me wherever I go as it's pretty easy to carry. I was very fond of the infuser glass cup but since I bought this item I must admit that I changed my mind and that I now prefer porcelain to glass.

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Excellent product, excellent service
Wednesday, 23 November 2016  |  Ivana

The product was well packaged and safely delivered. And not to forget, it arrived speedily to Croatia. All items in excellent order and of a high standard. Great on-line shopping experience!

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Very nice tasting cup set
Wednesday, 28 September 2016  |  Heikki

This is a very nice tasting cup set. Everything is well made and parts fit perfectly together. Recommended.

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Tea tasting set
Thursday, 25 August 2016  |  Davide

This is a perfect tea tasting set, up to standard criteria.
The standard way of tasting tea is to put 2 grams of the preferred tea inside the "pot" and use the adequately warmed water (-about 100 mL) inside it.
It's different from a zhong/gaiwan (where you should let the tea infuse from 20 seconds to a minute). For a tasting session the tea should be infused for the normal amount of time, the amount of time you'd use for a teapot. I tried drinking 2 or 3 teas this way. The tasting experience comes off with a strong intense flavor, since the ratio tea-water is extreme, but it's still to be used like a normal pot. I wouldn't recommend the tasting itself to people who aren't a bit accustomed to drinking tea.
It's also really convenient since you can just use it like a gaiwan (making a friendlier tipe of tea). For that I suggest letting the tea sip for about 30-60 seconds (usually) and using from 1 to 2 grams (more if you like strong flavors, you should get your idea after some brews) for 100 ml.
The height of the pot is a bit less than the diameter of the bowl: for using it (and not spilling the tea) you should put the pot perpendicular to the bowl and it will wedge in.
The first tea I tried drinking was (in the way of tasting) a shincha, a japanese green tea I really liked. Honyama nagatsumata, a very classical japanese green tea I'd say. The bitterness was stronger, as expected, but the herbal notes weren't lost either.
This is an article I suggest buying to anyone who is really interested in the culture of tea (since I think trying a tasting session would be an important experience) and people who want their teas with the maximum they can give and have the patience of brewing more than a cup.
I'm in no way an expert so anyone is welcome to correct any mistakes I might have made.

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