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Gaiwan/Covered Bowl

Gaiwan-the covered tea bowl or tureen, is often used as a substitute teapot to steep Gongfu tea such as Wuyi oolong, Tie Guan Yin, phoenix single bush, pu-erh tea etc. in south Fujian and Guangdong Province of China.

It also could be used as a teacup, normally used for brewing Jasmine scented tea and green tea. People in Sichuan, Zhejiang and some Northern part of China prefer to use Gaiwan as a tea cup.

The most popular material of covered bowl is porcelain-white porcelain, hand-painted blue and white porcelain, colorful glazed porcelain etc.

A piece of handy Gaiwan almost become essential for steeping Chinese Kongfu tea.
It is very convenient for tea drinkers to enjoy the brewed tea leaves and the color of the tea soup. Also, the lid could be used to smell the tea aroma and control the concentration of the tea liquor.

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  1. White Porcelain Gaiwan-The Circles

    $12.00
    Made of De Hua white porcelain and decorated with elegant ripple pattern. This Gaiwan is ideal for steeping Gong Fu tea and appreciating the color of tea soup. Learn More
  2. White Porcelain Gaiwan-Taster

    $6.00
    Simple white porcelain Gaiwan, no saucer. Suitable for professional tea tasters to test and compare different tea together. Learn More
  3. White Porcelain Gaiwan-Hemming

    $6.00
    Slim, delicate white porcelain Gaiwan. Suitable for steeping oolong, pu-erh. Comfortable in hand, easy to use and clean. Learn More
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