People who love tea can’t do without exquisite utensils, but the most frequently used ones are mostly practical tea utensils. Zou Hao Zeng of the Northern Song Dynasty said: “I don’t put a cup of wine, but two bowls of tea. It is cold in the evening, and a pot of good tea is burned in the house. The fire is strong and the tea is warm. Between sipping and drinking slowly, the ups and downs are like life's various flavors. "The silver pot is the most valuable for boiling water, and the silver pot is the most important for making tea." Among the many teapots, I prefer the silver pot, the "tea saint" Lu Yu's life He is fond of tea and is proficient in tea ceremony. He once mentioned in the "Tea Classic": "The silver pot is elegant and clean. It can not only maintain the original taste of tea, but also last for a long time."
how you said that?
Boiled water in a silver pot can make the water soft and smooth, and bring a better taste; the silver pot can also make the tea soup less astringent and longer. The water is as soft and thin as silk, and the tea taste is more delicate and sweet, smooth and full.
There is a famous saying in our tea circle: "There are thousands of famous utensils at home, it is better to have a silver pot", a silver pot that shows taste and identity must be "the beauty in beauty, the pot in the pot".
Today, Tongxinshe Teahouse recommends a silver pot with beams, made of 999 sterling silver, with a small spout and elegant shape. It can be used to boil water or make tea. It can be used in many scenes. It is made of woven rattan, with a quaint temperament, excellent heat insulation function, and first-class hand feel. The slightly backward horizontal design is ergonomic and makes pouring water more smoothly.
The difficulty of making a hand-made pot is very imaginable. To make a good pot, it requires a craftsman to beat it little by little with silver skin. In the process, you must concentrate on it. Every time you swing your arm, you must be sonorous and powerful. Forging, using the "one-piece" process, "one-piece", also known as "silver whole", refers to the body, bottom and mouth of the silver pot, all made of one piece of silver, because the mechanism silver The pot cannot simulate the uniform thickness of the silver pot. It can only be made by hand, and cannot be produced by mechanization. The body and the bottom of the pot are made of a piece of silver, which is a sign of the success of silversmiths in making silver pots. If you want to master this skill, It takes at least ten years of pot-making experience to make a mature hand-made pot. Looking at the pot from the inside to the outside, the inside of the pot is as bright as the moonlight, the hammer pattern on the outside of the pot is clear, the edges are smooth and smooth, and the pot is more aura. , After thousands of times of tempering, from the melting of silver to the finished product, there are nearly 100 processes such as drawing materials, cutting silver plates, beating the body of the pot, taking out the spout, repairing the pot tire, chiseling, grinding and polishing, etc. A small hammer, a piece of silver, Repeated beating with both hands, every pattern shows the charm of hand-made work and the sincere emotion of the craftsman, and finally becomes a favorite thing for tea people.
· Before using for the first time, please rinse thoroughly with warm water before use;
· During use or just after use, do not directly touch the body or lid of the pot with your hands. When holding the lid, please pad it with a rag before taking it;
· When pouring hot water, it is recommended to pour it to 80% full. If there is too much water in the pot, it may overflow;
· The higher the air humidity, the faster the silver pot oxidizes. Try to keep the pot surface dry and clean. When not in use, it is recommended to wrap it with plastic wrap;
· For daily use, just wipe the body of the pot with a soft cloth. When the surface of the silver pot is unevenly oxidized, wipe it with a silver cloth. The silver cloth can wipe the stains on the surface of the pot and wipe the uneven oxidation evenly. In addition to wiping stains, the silver cloth can also improve the gloss of the pot surface, which can be used repeatedly, but cannot be washed with water, and it will lose its effect after washing;
· How to remove tea stains and scales on silver pots? You can put baking soda in a silver pot, soak it for about one night, and clean the baking soda the next day, and the tea stains and tea stains in it will disappear together.