Bone china tea set is a unique type of tea set. Bone china was first produced in England and is the only type of tea set that originated from abroad. There is a certain amount of chance in its birth. So, what kind of tea is suitable for making bone china tea sets? Bone china tea sets have all the characteristics of porcelain. Bone china has a natural milky white color. If you pay attention to the ornamental value, you can use a bone china tea set to brew black tea, and the halo of black tea will appear on the edge of the pot wall. Bone china tea sets can also be used to brew oolong tea, but bone china tea sets are different from purple clay teapots. There are no pores on the inner wall of the bone china tea sets, and there is no double pore structure, but this does not affect the quality of the tea produced by the bone china tea sets. Therefore, oolong tea can be brewed with bone china tea sets without any difference in brewing effect. Bone china tea sets can brew a variety of teas. In addition to the above-mentioned teas, there are also green tea, yellow tea, black tea and other teas that can be brewed with bone china tea sets. It can be said that you use bone china tea sets to enjoy tea. , you don’t have to worry about it not matching the tea.
In addition, bone china can also be used to brew milk tea, scented tea and coffee. It should also be mentioned that bone tea comes in many shapes, including: English tea sets, Australian tea sets, Chinese tea sets, special-shaped tea sets, etc. These different tea sets also provide different tea making methods.
British-style tea sets are better for brewing green tea, black tea, and Pu'er; Australian-style tea sets are not suitable for brewing tea with slag, because they are tall and thin and have slag that is difficult to clean, but they are more suitable for milk tea and coffee; Chinese-style tea sets have a small capacity, such as Tieguanyin It is better to use oolong tea; special-shaped tea leaves have different characteristics because of their different characteristics.
It is also necessary to make a targeted distinction. It depends on whether the spout of the teapot has filter holes. If not, it is not suitable for brewing tea with residue. Pay attention to this distinction and selection.