bowling ball art via @Desley Arnold #LoveLoveLove

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Piao I : Taiwanese Teapot where the loose leaf tea is steeping in the top part of the vessel by MayKingTea, via Flickr Only $25

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Piao-I : Taiwanese Teapot once the tea has finished steeping, press button the separate tea from the leaves. Only $25

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Make your favourite tea in the morning and take it with you wherever you go for only $25. Email me on info@maykingtea.com for more details

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Tea2Go Travel Mug Easiest way to maykingtea on the go :o) $25 Email me on info@maykingtea.com for more details

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Love the colours of this Kyusu.

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Showcasing different types of teaware (Tetsubin, Porcelain Chinese mug with infuser, Gaiwan, and Piao-I) Woodford, United Kingdom

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Setting the Shui Xian (water sprite) oolong free from the tea ball. The tea ball: convenient for tearooms but not for extracting the full flavour of the tea.

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Does Teaware really make a difference?

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Raw pu'erh tea, Gong Fu style from L.L Arts Decor Tea Gallery, Chinatown, Brisbane.

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Giving the customers choice of steeping times for their tea. Love it!

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Fabulous way of serving tea in a Chinese tearoom

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How Tea should be served in a restaurant. Came with a smile too, how tea-lightful!!

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Spruce Up Old Tea with Essential Oils

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