How To Use a Gaiwan

by Jason Walker on January 25, 2012

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Comment: a few other points I didn’t mention: 1) Decanting into a pitcher helps even-out the tea liquor. The tea liquor at the top of a gaiwan is thinner and lighter than at the bottom. Decanting into a pitcher evenly distributes the liquor. 2) Wash thoroughly and dry separately. Wet parts can stick together when dry, then become unstuck at inopportune moments. This means breakage, chips, and cracks.
 

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