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180ml Charcoal Glaze Yunnan Jianshui Clay Xishi Teapot

180ml Charcoal Glaze Yunnan Jianshui Clay Xishi Teapot

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These lovely xishi teapots are highly recommended for aged dry storage sheng, shou and hei cha teas. These teapots would also work well with roastier oolong teas, for those who prefer larger pots. I previously assumed all Jianshui pots were as muting as Yixing hongni, but these pots are a little more muting than hongni is, but not as muting as Nixing, so they make for a good middle ground for teas that want a little, but not much, muting.

These pots have a 17-second pour, and perfect lid fit (you can stop the pour by covering the air hole in the lid). There is a 14-hole flat internal filter in each of these pots.

These are factory seconds, and have (very) minor cosmetic issues, but overall, these are truly excellent teapots! On the tested pot, the only cosmetic issues I detected were that tiny spots of clay are peeking through the gray exterior layer in a few places.

I only have two of these pots at this time, so if you want one, don't hesitate! I've tested one with sheng and shou pu erh (only good stuff), and the other is unused.

Please note the unused pot may need a light layer of oil over it to make the glaze appear as even as in the picture, since the pots arrive bone dry from the kiln! Please also note there may be slight differences re: pour speed and volume with the untested pot, even if both pots are from the same exact batch,

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