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Crescent moon green tea cup with grip 400ml

$10.00 USD
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Material: High borosilicate glass

Craft: Handmade

Capacity: 400ml

Size:Diameter 66mm, Height 135mm, Handle width 44mm

People like to appreciate the beautiful shape and color of the tea buds in the tea soup when drinking green tea, so the glass brewing method is especially popular in Jiangsu and Zhejiang. This unique ornamental property allows us to see the delicate tea leaves gradually stretch, rise and fall under the infiltration of water, which is extremely beautiful.

Glass cups have a wide range of applicability. In addition to green tea, tea with tenderness and high aroma can be brewed in glass cups, such as Fenghuang Dancong, Wuyi Yancha and other oolong teas. Take 1-2g into boiling water, and the entrance is fragrant. The taste is elegant and unique.

The easiest way to drink tea, you don't need to know Zisha or Gaiwan, and you don't need to learn the brewing method, just put tea and add water, it is a good cup of tea.

This tea cup is specially designed for drinking tea. The filter mouth eliminates the trouble of drinking tea residues.The crescent-shaped filter fits the cup body seamlessly, and it can be easily rinsed. Details are intimate.

There is also a glass crescent cup(without handle) optional, click the link to view


This teacup is made of high borosilicate glass, Handmade.What is borosilicate glass?)

Not only twice as thick as similar products, but also very heat resistant.

Brittleness and weight are far less than glass containing a lot of lead and zinc, and no toxic side effects.

It is an important material for making beakers, test tubes and other instruments.

Because of this, the teacup is light and smooth.Can be heated in an electric ceramic stove/microwave oven without bursting, it safer to use.


▶The product is hand-fired, there will be very small differences in size and shape.And in the process of hand blowing, the glass is in contact with the air, and there are occasional fine air bubbles, but it does not affect the use and aesthetics.

This is a characteristic of handmade products, which is normal and unavoidable. Please be fully informed before purchasing.

Glass is fragile and has a long transportation journey. If the tea set is damaged when you receive it, please contact us ( in time, and we will reissue it for free.

How to brew

Green Tea Brewing Guide:

Tea set:150ml Glass Cup or Tea Tureen (Gaiwan).

100℃ Hot Water.

1st Step: Warm the Cup-Raise the temperature, suitable for shake the cup and smell the dried tea fragrance.

2nd Step: Put in 3 Gram Teas.

(Due to the different size tea set, the ratio of tea to water is controlled at about 1:50 its ok. Or add by one’s flavor)

Brewing: 85-90℃ Pure water is suitable, adding hot water smoothly. Steeping tea leaves for about 30-60s.

Tasting: Drink when the temperature is right, green tea soup green and refreshing, add water after drinking, can be added for over 3 times.


Basic info about green tea

Green tea belongs to non-fermented tea and is the most productive type of tea in China. Green tea is produced in 20 tea-producing regions across the country. The basic process of green tea is divided into three steps: fixing, rolling, and drying.A cup of green tea every day wakes up the taste buds with a fresh taste, helps us speed up our metabolism, relieve tiredness and lose weight.

  • Brewing: water temperature | 85°C (185°F) amount of tea | 3g utensils | glass/covered bowl 
  • Steep time: Glass 2min, Gaiwan 10-15s
  • Production process: picking | fixing | rolling | drying
  • Benefits: Lose weight | Protect blood vessels | Anti-aging | Remove bad breath
  • Storage: refrigerated at low temperature | sealed | protected from light | protected from humidity | no peculiar smell
  • Taste: Fresh | Fresh | Sweet | Floral | Bean Fragrance


How to brew green tea?

The brewing water temperature is 85°C (185°F), pure water is better. Put 2-3g of tea in a covered bowl or water cup, soak it in a covered bowl for 10 seconds, and then drink it after 2 minutes in a cup. It is also very popular recently to drink it after soaking in cold water/ice water for 2-4 hours.

Xihu Longjing

China's most famous green tea, produced in the authentic core West Lake production area of the premium Longjing, has a sweet taste and a long floral fragrance          

Mengding Ganlu

China's oldest curly (kneading) green tea, produced in Mengding Mountain, Sichuan, has a sweet taste like dew and an elegant aroma     

Anji White Tea

It is called white tea because the tea tree appears white in the early days. The amino acid content is the highest in green tea, and it has a special freshness

Guzhang Maojian

One of the representative green teas in China. Produced in Guzhang, Hunan Province, it has the aroma of chestnut, and the tea buds are natural and full                                                                          

Xinyang Maojian

One of the representative green teas in China. Produced in Xinyang, Henan Province, it has a unique aroma of chestnut, and the buds are fresh and tender                                               

Huangshan Maofeng

One of the representative green teas in China. Produced in Huangshan, Anhui, it has the fragrance of orchid, and the tea buds are natural and full                                                  

Enshi Yulu

The only green tea in China that remains steam-fixed is from Enshi, Hubei. The trace element "selenium" in tea is high in content, which can prevent cancer, fresh taste.                

Que She(Sparrow's Tongue)

After brewing, the roots stand up like bamboos, green and dripping. Produced in Mount Emei, Sichuan, it has a sweet taste.                                                                                       

Lu'an Guapian

The only green tea without buds and stems, made with only leaves. Produced in Lu'an, Anhui, it has a seaweed fragrance. After soaking, the leaves stretch, which is very beautiful.

Taiping Houkui

Taiping Houkui is made from one bud and two leaves. It is famous for its peculiar shape. It is a very special green tea with an orchid fragrance.                                                                  





Xihu Longjing (Westlake Dragon Well)

  • China's most famous green tea, produced in the authentic core West Lake production area of the premium Longjing, has a sweet taste and a long floral fragrance.
  • Picking time: March 22 (Spring tea before Qingming Festival)
  • Grade: Top Grade
  • Net Weight: 50g/can
  • Place of Origin: West Lake, Hangzhou, China
  • Dry tea: flat brown beige uniform
  • Aroma: Orchid, Chestnut
  • Tea soup: Qingbi slightly yellow
  • Tea flavor: sweet and refreshing
  • Leaf After Brew: buds are full and beautiful in shape
  • Storage method: Store in a cool, dry and dark place. For long-term storage, it is recommended to place it below 0°C to keep the green tea fresh.


  • There are hundreds of Chinese green teas. We have selected the top ten famous green teas, and we want everyone to taste the taste of Chinese green tea at once.
  • Grade: Top grade/ First Grade
  • Net weight: 31.5g/box
  • Origin: Sichuan Mengding Mountain, Sichuan Emei Mountain, Zhejiang Anji, Zhejiang Hangzhou, Henan Xinyang, Anhui Lu'an, Anhui Huangshan, Hunan Guzhang, Hubei Enshi.
  • Category: Contains top ten famous teas in China: West Lake Longjing, Mengding Ganlu, Que Tong, Xinyang Maojian, Anji White Tea, Guzhang Maojian, Huangshan Maofeng, Enshi Yulu, Lu'an Guapian, Taiping Houkui
  • Storage method: Store in a cool, dry and dark place. For long-term storage, it is recommended to place it below 0°C to keep the green tea fresh.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Excellent quality

I ordered 4 of these as a gift, and they all arrived quickly and well-packaged, with no damage or marks on them.

These cups are sturdy without being too heavy, and feel great to hold with the handle, which seems to be the perfect size for a secure grip. Watching tea leaves unfold and expand in the water looks beautiful, and the glass walls of the cup haven’t fogged up at al even when I use hotter water for steeping. The glass filter is just the right size as well, and even when putting a generous amount of leaf in the cup, only the smallest bits of leaf make it through. Excellent value for the price.