Tips for storing tea in tin cans, applicable but not ex […]
Tips for storing tea in tin cans, applicable but not extravagant
As early as more than a thousand years ago, the ancients knew how to store tea in tin cans, and the tea stored in tin cans were exported to Japan and Southeast Asia, making China's "tea ceremony" and tin tea cans popular in these countries and spread to this day.
The reason why pewterware has been so popular since ancient times is that it has the reputation of "holding water and sweet water, mellow wine and wine, storing tea without changing color, and arranging flowers for a long time."
Tin itself has the characteristics of not being easy to oxidize and rust, and does not absorb the taste of tea. It is perfect for keeping tea fresh.
Zhou Gaoqi of the Ming Dynasty believed that: "Pure tin is the mother of hardware, so that tea omen can benefit water and virtue, and boil is also sound." "Qingbo Magazine" records: "Every tea is suitable for tin, and if tin is suitable for thief, it is suitable and not extravagant"; tea cans made of tin have good airtightness and fresh-keeping function, and the storage of tea leaves Discoloration and no peculiar smell.
Therefore, the most suitable container for storing tea is made of tin.
What are the advantages of tin tea cans?
The fit of natural tea and tin. Tea is known as the national drink. Drinking tea is beneficial, polite and respectful. Keeping tea must be an inevitable thing in the process of drinking tea. Since ancient times, tin cans have been the first choice for tea storage. Because of its simplicity and elegance, it is stable in nature and fits the spirit of the tea ceremony. Tin-made tea cans have a long history. There is an old saying that “where tea is suitable for tin”. The characteristics of pewterware such as simplicity, stability, simplicity, elegance, and permanence seem to coincide with the tea ceremony.
The inner and outer covers of the tin tea cans are exquisite and practical, and can achieve a good airtight effect without any auxiliary accessories. The process of closing the lid is like a precision piston slowly falling naturally, and the air in the tank is gradually spit out. After the cover is closed, the shape of the vessel is integrated to prevent the intrusion of moisture and odor.
Natural preservation function
The ancients often put tin plates at the bottom of wells to achieve the effect of purifying water quality. Scientific experiments have proved that tin has good sterilization and fresh-keeping functions, and storing tea with tin can not only prevent the loss of tea flavor and nutrition, but also prevent the deterioration of tea.
Artistic beauty and precious material
Tin tea cans can be embossed to form arbitrary patterns, characters, and characters. The artistic expression is extremely in place, its shape is lifelike, its quality is rare and precious, and its display or collection does not lose its taste. The tin can with hammer eye pattern is low-key and steady, with just the right texture. You can touch it lightly with your hands, and it also has a warm and moist feeling, which is the creator's ingenuity.