The beginning of the tea business is often to boil a pot of water.
What I bring today is a "Soda Glazed Teochew Kettle", a classic kettle with beams, warm and simple, simple and practical.
This Chaozhou kettle is made of high-quality raw ore clay and fired at high temperature. It not only retains the microporous characteristics of pottery, but also has a density closer to that of porcelain than other pottery pots, so it is not easy to absorb taste.
The body of the pot is covered with soda glaze, which is a ceramic firing method evolved from salt glaze. The special gas formed by the evaporation of soda forms a vitreous glaze layer on the surface of the ceramic body. It is more resistant to dirt and easy to care for.
The lifting beam is tall and handsome, easy to handle and prevent scalding, the body is thick and round, plain white and quiet, the tea table is moderately high, the spout is curved and small, the water flows smoothly, and the water is cut off naturally. It can be used on electric stove, charcoal stove and gas stove.