The sieve is part of the Gong Fu Tea Ceremony. It is used to ensure that the tea is clear and free of fine particles of tea leaf. This is ideal to use with the Yixing teapot, or a Gaiwan to infuse the tea. To appreciate the fine colour of the liquor, invest in a fairness cup to use alongside your sieve.
The sieve is approximately 6.5cm in diameter, and 2cm deep. The holder is approximately 8 x 5 x 5cm.
The tea board is for photographic purposes only and is not sold with this product. This product is not suitable for dishwashers or microwaves.
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Our tea is sold by net weight, and by law, weighed using trade approved scales. Tea is packaged in resealable food safe pouches, or tins if selected as an option. Some teas may be heat sealed and/or vacuum sealed where appropriate to the individual product..
Our tea and tea ware products are shipped in packaging designed to prevent any damage during transit. All our products should reach you in perfect condition. You must notify us immediately upon receipt of goods if they appear to be damaged in any way. All orders will be dispatched within 3 business days, though we always aim to post as soon as possible. Orders placed after 2pm on a Friday, or at weekends will be posted on the next working day. All goods are dispatched by Royal Mail first class, which usually takes 1-3 days from date of posting. Please allow up to 14 days for delivery. The Fine Tea Company cannot be held responsible for any loss your incur arising from any postal delay. Postage is usually calculated according to weight of the goods, plus the weight of the packaging. Postage is sometimes calculated on the overall size of the item. The latest latest postage charges can be found here.
Orders placed on the website for places at one of The Fine Tea Company tea tasting experiences will be confirmed by email. You should print the email and bring it with you on the day of the event as this will be your entrance ticket.
|The sieve is an integral part of the Gong Fu Tea Ceremony, as appreciation of the colour of the liquor is important.|