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More About Chawans and Cup Handles

This blog is meant to be informative, and sometimes it is also my personal musings. My recent article about chawans, teacups, and mugs was a bit of both. And it stirred up some interest and controversy, both of which are … Continue reading

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How to Choose Your Tea Vessel – Chawans vs. Teacups vs. Mugs

How do you choose the proper vessel for sipping that fine, perfectly infused tea? Well, it’s easy, and I’ll show you why it matters. Some teacups seem to go naturally with certain types of tea. Green teas and oolongs seems … Continue reading

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Choose Your Chawan (Tea Bowl) with Care

The chawan is a great way to savor your premium, and even your so-so, teas. It’s a small bowl that has no handle, originated in China, and became fairly popular in Japan when it arrived there. The chawan (also called … Continue reading

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