In the past, farmers from Northern China used naturally dried HULUs (gourds) to scoop water and wash rice. Tableware and eating utensils were considered essential family belongings that connected everyone to the same table, symbolizing harmony and a sense of home.
The wine decanter takes the organic form of the HULU, enlivening the dining experience. When in use, wider round body allows enough room for aeration. Stainless steel filter can separate wine sediment and aerate the wine to fully develop its aroma and taste. Base holder is used to secure decanter and to adjust the position of the decanter to optimize the exposure to air.
1.Place the filter on the decanter and pour wine into the decanter. The filter separates sediment and aerates the wine.
2.Adjust the velocity screw on the filter to change the speed.
3.Hold the upper part of the decanter to ensure constant wine temperature control. Swirl the decanter gently.
4.Place the decanter on the base holder. Tilt the decanter to increase surface area of the wine in contact with the air.
5.Hand wash with warm water and mild detergent. Add decanter cleaning beads as a scrubbing agent. Dried beans or uncooked rice can be an inexpensive alternative.
6.Wipe the surface with dry cloth and air-dry.
1.Handle with care. Do not tilt the decanter while it is empty to prevent breakage or damage.
2.Do not use metallic pads or harsh abrasive cleaning agents as these will damage the stainless steel surface.