Brewing in Chaozhou Clay Teaware

Which Teas can you Brew in our Master Wu Pots?


Finally, our specially commissioned range of fully handmade Master Wu Chaozhou Red Clay pots have arrived but they are very limited edition so act quickly!

Original Shape


Gourd Shape

Xi Shi Shape

In this video, I want to dispel the fixed rule that clay teapots should be reserved for one type of tea and instead introduce the idea of the 'All Star' pot that you can reserve for brewing any types of tea in order to give that clay affect to a wider spectrum of teas in your collection. This encourages more experimentation and more importantly, will maximise the use of this gorgeous teaware. Why spend your money on such a beautiful pot for it to sit on your shelf waiting to brew one type of tea?

But, which teas are suitable for brewing in Chaozhou red clay? This is your call and is down to personal taste. However, i this video I test out different teas and give you my broad conclusions.


Video about Master Wu

Video on Chaozhou Red Clay

Video about Yixing Clay

Superior Iron Goddess

Midnight Sun

Little Tong Mu

Black Yunnan Tuo

Pudding Announcer

Temple Blossom

White Peony

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