As an old tea drinker, you will always have a purple sand pot in your hand. Not for anything else, just because of its unique "breathable and impermeable" characteristics, when used to make tea, "it can emit the color, aroma and taste of real tea".
This "Hefu" purple sand work recommended by Tongxinshe Teahouse is inspired by the three classic pots of Mansheng Hedou, Hehuan and Ziye Shipiao. It is handmade by a powerful artist Wang Sai, with a capacity of 160cc. We all know that clay has always been It is the foundation of the purple clay teapot. The quality of the mud directly affects the effect of raising the teapot, and it is easier to cultivate the teapot with a warm and jade-like texture.
Today, this pot is made of "Cultural Revolution Mud" often used by Master Gu Jingzhou. The old purple mud from the No. 1 Zisha Factory in the 1970s was produced in the famous No. 4 well. It is a material that pot players dream of. After brewing, it is more oily and thorough, and it is easy to brew. At the same time, it is worth mentioning that because of the loose structure and rich sandy texture of the old purple clay, the pot has excellent air permeability and is very suitable for brewing some old tea. It can help to enhance the taste and flavor of tea soup.
Wang Sai, a powerful creative pottery hand of the new generation born in the 1990s, a native of Suqian, Jiangsu, came to Yixing, the pottery capital, with his family. After graduation, he entered the purple sand industry because of his strong interest in purple sand. The hand-molding technique has been carefully guided and taught by many famous teapot art masters in the industry. Over the years, it has been tempered in the aspects of skill training, vessel shape study and fine-grained mud. In recent years, it has performed well. A successor who has received much attention among people.