Monday, February 05, 2007

Taiwanese Pots for the best Taiwan Oolong


Got this excellent Da Yu Ling Luanze from Stéphane for our wedding gift, Which pot should I use? A Taiwan High Fired Yixing (above) or A Taiwan stone pot from Jiuzhuang (below).


May be I should consult teamaster first....

4 comments:

Stephane said...

I would recommend a glazed gaiwan!

The Taiwanese looks a little too shiny. On the other hand, the round shape is good. So, I wonder if... Maybe the stone teapot is better then, but I haven't tried stone yet. In theory, it doesn't handle and keep heat as well as clay. But a hard material would be good...

Best is to try. And please report your findings!

MarshalN said...

So which did you end up using?

toki said...

I am going to us the Taiwanese 麥飯石 Maifan stone pot for brewing today.

Tracing Tea said...

Hi Toki,

Thought you may be interested in Tracing Tea, an expedition researching the history and cultures involved with tea. See www.TracingTea.org for more details.

Regards,

Neil

neil@tracingtea.org

 
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