Will ceramic craftsmen who love drinking tea make better tea sets?

Wenzhuo Liu

Although Marcel Karcher has seven years of professional experience as a business consultant and financial analyst, because he likes drinking tea, he once had the idea of making tea trade. Finally, he found a more suitable one to make ceramic tea sets, and began to sell his works three years ago. Ordinary people are not particularly picky about the ceramics used to make tableware, but the tea people are different. They brew different kinds of tea and use tea sets with different materials and functions, which have relatively fine requirements for ceramic craftsmen. Marcel felt that Western ceramic artists did not pay attention to the later trimming of the ceramic body after throwing the body, while he liked to make thin body and trim to very details.

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Tea Hiker on the Ancient Tea Horse Road

Wenzhuo Liu

Jeff Fuchs, who has lived in Shangri La, Yunnan for ten years, has 17 years of experience in recording and exploring trade routes in the Himalayas and visiting trade participants. He always takes tea and teapots when traveling. His photographic documentary book <Ancient Tea Horse Road> has recorded that he and his team walked along the ancient tea horse road on the Yunnan Tibet line. Based on his book, the documentary of the same name made by Canadian director Andrew Gregg won the documentary award. Jeff has organized and participated in more than 30 Himalayan expeditions, and he has won many Explorer awards such as recently as one of the “100 greatest explorers in Canada” by the Royal Geographical Society of Canada.

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DIY – Homemade Sicily Mandarin Imperial Pu’er Tea

Wenzhuo Liu

Green or yellow mandarin, orange, pomelo and lemon, all could be chosen as peel materials; black tea, strong-fermented oolong tea and dark tea as filler materials; dry flowers are also considered as proper fillers, rose, jasmin…; here we used ripe mandarins from a friend‘s home garden in Sicily and our Gong Ting Pu’er- Imperial Pu’er. Cut mandarins open and remove all inner parts, then put loose Pu’er tea inside,

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