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    After finished the new pot initiate process, now you are now ready to use Yixing teapots for preparing your first pot of tea. 1. Fill your Yixing teapot with freshly boiled water to heat up the pot. Drain the water. 2. Put one teaspoon of tea leaves into your pot. Again, fill the teapot with freshly boiled water. Drain the water quickly to rinse the tea leaves. 3. Fill the teapot a third tim...
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    Before using a new Yixing teapot you should prepare it so that the teapot is ready for absorbing all the fragrance of the tea leaves. In order to season a perfect Yixing teapot, and get a good taste of your tea soup, remember only use one type of tea for that yi xing teapot. Because of the micropores of the material, which giving Yixing clay its “breathing” property and po...
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    Recognized by artisans and literati centuries ago, these characteristics of the Zisha or purple clays help to make Yixing pots especially well-suited for brewing tea. Excavations have shown that the composition and structure of the clays used in making authentic Yixing teapots today closely resemble those used in pots from the 1500s and later. Yixing Teapots are made by a very special unglaz...