Yixing Hongni Xishi Teapot 120ml


This adorable, Xishi-style teapot, half-handmade from genuine Yixing red clay, embodies the essence of traditional craftsmanship.

Sourced directly from Yixing town by us this year, the clay for this pot comes from the renowned Huanglong Mountain, known for its quality materials. Skillfully crafted by local ceramic artists, this pot is not just a piece of art but a testament to the rich tea culture of the region.

Thus hongni teapots are well-suited to teas which can benefit from the mollification of excess bitterness, roasting, and/or astringency, like (especially young) Sheng Pu'er or heavily-roasted Wuyi Yan Cha.

Its compact size makes it perfect for personal Gongfucha sessions or for sharing with a friend. Despite its short spout, the pot ensures a smooth pour, making your tea experience both elegant and enjoyable. Embrace the ritual of tea with this exquisite pot, a beautiful blend of functionality and aesthetics.

We present here a half-handmade collection of Zisha Purple Clay teapots, teacups from Yixing. Each piece is one of its kind and handmade by local ceramic artists in Yixing.

Yixing pots are traditionally made from Zisha (‘purple sand’), a natural clay known for its porous nature and excellent heat retention properties.

The beauty of a Yixing pot lies in its simplicity and functionality. Each pot is often handcrafted, ensuring that no two pots are exactly alike. This individuality is further enhanced over time, as the porous clay absorbs the flavors and aromas of the teas brewed within, gradually seasoning the pot.

Ideal for brewing oolong, black, and pu-erh teas, Yixing pots are valued for their ability to enhance the depth and complexity of tea flavors. The clay’s mineral composition interacts gently with the tea, softening and rounding its taste, making every brew a unique experience.

The aesthetic appeal of Yixing pots also lies in their diverse range of styles, shapes, and colors, from classic reds and browns to more modern designs. They are not just functional tools for brewing tea but also works of art, appreciated by tea lovers and collectors alike.

This teapot features filter, holds approximately 120ml of liquid and pours empty in approximately 5 seconds.

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