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100% Pure Yuan Kuang Jiang Po Clay - Baby Octopus (I am NiNi)
100% Pure Yuan Kuang Jiang Po Clay - Baby Octopus (I am NiNi)
100% Pure Yuan Kuang Jiang Po Clay - Baby Octopus (I am NiNi)
100% Pure Yuan Kuang Jiang Po Clay - Baby Octopus (I am NiNi)
100% Pure Yuan Kuang Jiang Po Clay - Baby Octopus (I am NiNi)
100% Pure Yuan Kuang Jiang Po Clay - Baby Octopus (I am NiNi)
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100% Pure Yuan Kuang Jiang Po Clay - Baby Octopus (I am NiNi)

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Tea pets have rich historical significance and are a timeless part of Chinese Tea Culture, especially traditional Chinese tea ceremonies and Gong Fu Cha. Tea pets are said to bring good luck and fortune to their owner.

*Please see the actual size in the description

Material 100% Pure Yuan Kuang Jiang Po Clay, Yi Xing China
Measures Approx. 5.5x6.5cm(2.2x2.6in)

 How to nourish a Yi Xing tea pet?

  • You should consistently use one tea type when taking care of the pet.
  • Pour regular tea soup 'Cha Tang' on the pet. Over time your tea pet will slowly develop a scent of the tea that you drink.
  • Clean your tea pet with a soft brush and rub it with a soft cloth. When you do this, the pet the hand-feel of the pet will slowly change from rough to smooth and it will become shiny.
  • The above is the most natural way to raise a pet. However, a shortcut is to leave your pet for 2-4 days in tea liquor to obtain a faster effect. However, like many things in life, there are no shortcuts to perfection. If you consider this approach, raising a tea pet probably isn't something for you.

Why raise a Chinese tea pet?

Chinese tea pets symbolize luck and fortune and this is one reason why tea lovers raise them. Besides this, Yi Xing tea pets (like Yi Xing teapots) also slowly increase in price over time well if they are well taken care of.

Improving your luck and making money, however, is usually not the reason why tea lovers have pets. The main reason is that raising a tea pet is a meditative practice and a form of art that is part of the whole traditional Chinese tea ceremony. Imagine whenever you drink tea you involve your pet, it will slowly develop a scent of your favorite tea. And as you involve your pet in your daily tea practice, it will slowly become a part of you.