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Lin's 150ml Glazed Clay Pitcher / Fair Cup

Lin's 150ml Glazed Clay Pitcher / Fair Cup

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7th December, 2020

This lovely glazed pitcher was made by Lin's in 2013: it is beautifully handformed and the glaze was applied perfectly. The pitcher holds around 150 ml, but I believe 130ml is as much as you'd want to pour in this pitcher. I tested this pitcher with young sheng pu erh today and was surprised that the pitcher improved the liquor: the astringency was reduced, and the flavor went 'deeper' in the throat. An herbaceous note in the liquor was also absent just by pouring into this pitcher before decanting to a cup. 

After my testing, I realized Lin's actually suggests these pitchers for 'medium'-colored oolong and pu erh teas, and I believe that is exactly what would work best in these pitchers. Although glazed, there is a definite effect from the thermal properties of the clay here, and this pitcher should smoothen out liquor in all types of teas. This makes a great substitute for a more expensive teapot and this pitcher can be used with all kinds of teas that you'd like to experience these effects with. I think rougher green, white or red (black) teas would also be a good fit with this pitcher, as long as they aren't too subtle.

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