Wood Tea Utensils

L4270 - 竹藝四件式

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Four tea utensils for serving gong-fu style oolong tea.

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US$9.95

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These bamboo wood tea utensils are very useful when making gong-fu style oolong tea. This is a set of four wood tea utensils:

  • Tea Scoop for pouring the tea leaves into the tea pot
  • Measuring tool for removing excess leaves from the scoop
  • Tongs for removing used tea leaves from the pot
  • A pick for clearing the nozzle of the tea pot

This tea utensil set is made in Taiwan from Taiwan bamboo.

Bamboo Facts

Bamboo is regarded as a unique family in the plant kingdom because of its hollow, knotty, non-grass and non-wood characteristics.

There are about 1,000 kinds of bamboos in the world. A few of these are herbaceous plants, but most bamboos are woody plants. However, bamboo is not a real tree. Because bamboo lacks a "cambium", bamboo poles cannot grow thick like the trunks of other trees.

In addition, woody plants have relatively well-developed xylem, with their heads upright in appearance, such as the banyan tree, the Taiwan luan tree and most of the bamboo plants.

Bamboo is regarded as a unique family in the plant kingdom because of its hollow, knotty, non-grass and non-wood characteristics.

There are about 1,000 kinds of bamboos in the world. A few of these are herbaceous plants, but most bamboos are woody plants. However, bamboo is not a real tree. Because bamboo lacks a "cambium", bamboo poles cannot grow thick like the trunks of other trees.

In addition, woody plants have relatively well-developed xylem, with their heads upright in appearance, such as the banyan tree, the Taiwan luan tree and most of the bamboo plants.

Bamboo is regarded as a unique family in the plant kingdom because of its hollow, knotty, non-grass and non-wood characteristics.

There are about 1,000 kinds of bamboos in the world. A few of these are herbaceous plants, but most bamboos are woody plants. However, bamboo is not a real tree. Because bamboo lacks a "cambium", bamboo poles cannot grow thick like the trunks of other trees.

In addition, woody plants have relatively well-developed xylem, with their heads upright in appearance, such as the banyan tree, the Taiwan luan tree and most of the bamboo plants.

 
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