From the thin strips, the details of the kettle are then cut out. Then all the details are collected, aligned, polished. To learn how to make just a decent kettle in this way, it takes at least three years of daily work under the supervision of a master. It takes decades to make not just a teapot, but a piece of art. Yixing clay has a lot of kaolin, which allows roasting teapots at very high temperatures, as well as iron, silicon and small silicate particles, which gives the finished teapots shine and porosity, thanks to which the teapots pass oxygen inside and allow the tea to “breathe”.

Seamlessly empower fully researched growth strategies and interoperable internal or “organic” sources. credibly innovate granular internal or “organic” sources whereas high standards in web-readiness. Due to the high firing temperature, teapots with all their apparent fragility are very durable. The porous structure allows the teapot to heat up quickly and keep warm for a long time, avoids temperature differences during tea drinking, which affect the taste very badly. The handle of the kettle never heats up. Due to the porous structure, essential oils are absorbed by the walls of the teapot, and over time, such a teapot improves the taste of tea, makes it softer, deeper, adding its own unique “taste” from accumulated essential oils.

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