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Teaware designers and producers have invisibly created a considerable carbon footprint with regard to nonrenewable clay and energy waste due to excessive production. The size of the tea-drinking container and the thickness of the cup’s rim will affect the perception of the tea’s taste and smell.
2. Teaware Design and Human Sensations
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