When presented with sycee or yuanbao (older forms of currency made of pure gold or silver), these buoyant dogs are representative of success, wealth, and prosperity. These tea pets are shown with three pieces, and the number three signifies “life” or “birth.”
Nourish your tea pet with the first steep (for example, the flash rinse required for pu’er and oolong teas) or with leftover tea. Do not wash with soap. When nourishing with tea, make sure to completely cover the body of your pet. We recommend sticking to a single tea type per pet (for example, only oolong). It will develop a lovely scent over time.
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