This handy and attractive multipurpose tea tool was found in a teashop in Kunming, the capital of Yunnan, the home of puerh tea. We couldn’t wait to share it with our customers. Use the brush to clean the surface of aged puerh bing cha, removing mold and dust. It’s also handy for brushing up the “crumbs” from a delicious cake into your tea scoop. But that’s not all! You can also use this same brush to “paint” your yixing teapot with hot water while it steeps in a tea boat. This process helps keep the teapot warm, heats the tea inside more evenly, and reduces spots on the outside of the pot. If you enjoy bing cha or gongfu tea, this special-purpose implement is a must for your tea table!