Gaiwan style teacups are one of the most exquisite teaware you can have in your collection. Derived from the word Gaiwan, which means covered cup, it consists of a saucer, lid, and bowl. These three components are small but they work together to give you a unique brewing and serving experience. In fact, you only need one hand to pour and serve tea. That’s how compact and tiny gaiwans are.
Gaiwans are great for brewing experiments. Our Black Brewing Gaiwan lets your brew and re-infuse leaves for several times. Unlike a traditional gaiwan, this Black Brewing Gaiwan comes with a Japanese style, henceforth the clay material and design-free surface. Despite its minimalist approach, this gaiwan offers the same experience. Similar to a Chinese gaiwan, this Japanese-style gaiwan has a wide opening, a removable lid, and a tea saucer. You can brew any tea you want. Whether it’s green tea or oolong tea, our Black Brewing Gaiwan is a beautiful tea vessel.