When it comes to brewing a perfect pot of loose leaf tea, the right teaware for right tea is a must-know.What teaware for right tea to use?Dao, Fa, Shu, Qi – “道 法 术 器” means philosophy, law, technique and tool that are the four levels of mastering anything man does. Tool for tea brewing is teaware. Therefore, Have you been using right teaware for right tea? Chinese PhilosophyThere are six types of teaWhite Tea – use Iron Boilable Tea KettleWhite tea needs high temperature (100 celsius) and high pressure to brew. You can often smell the acidic fragrance from brewing, which is from fulvic acid in the white tea. The date- like taste is the ester compound which got converted from the fulvic acid.Black Tea – use Zisha Clay PotBlack tea needs steeping preferably at high temperature (99 celsius). Zisha pores absorb tea alkali but leave tea polysaccharide in the tea soup. Therefore, it’s why there’s often a sweet after taste when you drink black tea such as Pu’er.Yellow Tea – use Porcelain PotThere is relatively high amount of flavone contained in yellow tea, which is a nutrient enriches tea soup flavor. Since flavone is rather small particle, so porcelain’s thick glazed surface can maintain the flavone in tea soup.Red Tea – use Black Pottery PotUsing relatively high temperature can release amine such as PEA in red tea. However, pressure and heat must emit fast, otherwise it would overbrew red tea and compromise the taste. Black pottery has very good heat transmission and air permeability properties that is perfect for red tea.Cyan Tea – use Porcelain GaiwanGaiwan offers balanced breathability and pressure that helps dissolve tannin that is in cyan tea, which delivers that mild flowery fragrance that we smell.Green Tea – use GlassOpen glass doesn’t retain pressure and transmits heat faster. It helps release the polyphenols that is in green tea but not alkali, which would compromise the taste.In this video, we are showing what kind of teaware to use in order to brew all “six types of tea” by Chinese tea culture terminology. We hope you like it though there is variety of other intrepretations on how to brew oriental teas. This video may give you a new angle to begin looking into the very root of tea culture. Have you been using the right teaware for right tea?