Double Wall Glass
Double Wall Glass
Double Wall Glass
Double Wall Glass
Double Wall Glass
Double Wall Glass
Double Wall Glass
Double Wall Glass
Double Wall Glass
Double Wall Glass
Double Wall Glass

Glass Tea Cup with Lid Double Wall Glass

Min. Order: 5000
Lead Time:
Quantity (pieces) Est. Time (days)
5000-10000 7
10000-50000 20
>50000 To be negotiated
Sample: Free
Logo Available
Packaging Available
Graphic Available


Place of Origin: Anhui, China
Use: Tea
Material: Glass
Logistics Mode: Express, Sea freight, Land freight, Air freight
Sea Port: Lianyungang
Supply Ability: 2000000 pieces/Year
Packing: Pallet or Carton Packaging
Size: 350ml 500ml
Gross Weight: 1kg
Logo: Accept

Double Wall Glass Tea Cup

Product NameDouble Wall Glass Tea Cup
Technique Machine
Capacity350ml 500ml
Logo PrintingCan be customized
SampleFree samples are available
UsageLiquid container
Sample Time3 days for existing sample
Payment Term30% advance, 70% against copy of B/L

Basic steps for making tea in a double-layer glass tea cup:

1. Prepare tea leaves: Choose tea leaves that are suitable for brewing in double-layered glass cups. Generally, tea leaves that are complete in shape and moderately dry are recommended. Put in an appropriate amount of tea leaves according to personal taste. It is usually recommended to use about 3-5 grams of tea leaves each time.

2. Scald and wash the cup: Scald the glass thoroughly with hot water to ensure it is clean and preheat the cup.

3. Water filling: Pour hot water of suitable temperature (generally 80℃ to 95℃) into the glass with tea leaves in advance. Water temperature has an important impact on the taste of tea, and different tea types may require different water temperatures.

4. Make tea: Shake the cup gently to fully contact the tea leaves with the water, then wait for a while to allow the tea leaves to fully stretch. Different types of tea have different steeping times. For example, high-quality white tea does not need to be steeped for a long time, while some other types of tea may require a slightly longer steeping to release more tea flavor.

5. Tasting: After the tea leaves are fully brewed, you can taste it slowly. Generally speaking, the tea that is brewed first has the strongest flavor. When refilling the cup, the brewing time can be appropriately extended according to personal preference to adjust the concentration of the tea soup.

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