In the tea ceremony, when the tea is taken out of the tea pot and placed in the tea lotus or teapot, it needs to be measured with the tea rule. Lu Yu pointed out in "The Book of Tea: The Four Artifacts": "These are the genus of seashells and oysters, or silver, copper, iron, bamboo, dagger, and policy. Also." The tea itself is also a bright spot on the tea banquet, and it can also become an elegant and playful device independently.
Today, Tongxinshe Teahouse recommends a "Zhong Kui Tea Rule" for everyone
Zhong Kui, whose surname is Zhong Kui and whose name is Zhengnan, is a god who can fight ghosts and drive away evil spirits in folklore. "Kui Ye" can be regarded as a versatile and capable person among the gods. During the Spring Festival, he serves as the gate god, and when the Dragon Boat Festival comes, he also serves as the celestial master who cuts five poisons. He is the only omnipotent god among the Taoist gods.
If you want blessings and blessings, if you want wealth, you will get wealth, and you will respond to your requests.
This tea is copper-clad silver craft, its shape is simple and smooth, pure silver inside, pure handmade, copper old craft on the outside, matte surface, green and stable color; chiseled door god Zhong Kui, the lines are rigid and soft, He is in good spirits and has the residence of blessing the town house.
Name: Zhong Kui·Cha Ze
Color: blue green
Material: copper, silver
Process: copper clad silver
Size: length about 14.5cm; width about 4.5cm
A single tea rule is an exquisite utensil. In the process of serving and appreciating tea, it adds visual and tactile enjoyment.